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Ukrainian housing prices increased by 10% during the first half of this year,

reports 1+1 TV’s Tyzhden. In Dnipro prices rose 21% and in Khmelnytsky by 22%. Analysts cite several factors for the buying pressure: low supply, low interest rates, the hryvnia’s 5% appreciation against the dollar, and restrictions on foreign travel due to coronavirus.

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