Imobiliare.ro: Apartment Prices In Romania’s Big Cities Fell After Enforcement Of Debt Discharge Law

07.04.2016 By Ecaterina Craciun

Only a month after the enforcement of the debt discharge law, apartment prices in capital city Bucharest and across Romania saw declines of 0.7% to 4% on the residential segment, according to a study by real estate website Imobiliare.ro.

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