“So far, the new housing market last year had many pandemics without significant problems, and at the end of the year, a record number of units were sold, rental housing changed significantly. Of course, the decline in the offers of short-term tenants was mainly due to a decrease in the offers of short-term tenants.
On Monday, March 1, one year will pass since the first officially detected case of coronavirus in the Czech Republic. The final measures against its spread practically stopped the arrival of foreign tourists. They used short-term Airbnb leases, especially in Prague. After some relaxation in the summer months, a new wave of tightening came in the autumn.
At the end of the year, most of the individual city districts had the most apartments for long-term rent in Prague 5 (2148). This was followed by Prague 2 with 2,065 apartments, Prague 4, where there were 1,732, and Prague 1 with 1,683 apartments. The least of them were in Prague 7, a total of 494.
The most expensive long-term rent was in Prague 1 with 354 crowns per square meter per month. This is followed by Prague 2 (345 crowns) and Prague 7 (314 crowns). The cheapest are Prague 4 (277 crowns) and Prague 10 with an average monthly rent of 279 crowns per square meter.
“Also this year, it can be expected that the offer of flats, which are advertised in Prague for a relatively rich situation. before the onset of the pandemic, “added Polák.
Last year, rents fell in all parts of Prague last year. Most in Prague 1 (by 11.9 percent), Prague 4 and 5 (both by 9.9 percent). It decreases the least in Prague 9 (by six percent) and Prague 8 (by 7.2 percent).
Compared to the end of the third quarter of last year, rents in the capital fell by an average of 4.2 percent. Most in Prague 3 (by 5.8 percent) and Prague 2 (by 5.4 percent), least in Prague 8 (by one percent) and Prague 7 (by 1.5 percent).