Tomas Danek did not plan to buy a flat for another couple of years. But as the 31-year-old network engineer watched Prague’s property prices surging higher and higher, he felt he had to take the plunge, Financial Times writes.
The Czech Republic has avoided the problems with foreign currency mortgages that have hit Poland and Hungary, while the volume of housing debt is rising from a relatively low level.https://t.co/1DQhafbpVe— Visegrad Insight (@VisegradInsight) December 19, 2017
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