Friuli Venezia Giulia - Mercato immobiliare
In the first three months of 2019 fluctuations close to zero with regard to the real estate market in Friuli-Venezia Giulia: as noted by the Immobiliare.it Observatory, the average prices requested by those who want to sell their home have increased by just 0.1% while the rents have suffered a slight decrease (-0.9%).
Buying a house in the Friuli region costs, on average, 1,475 euros per square meter. To buy a two-bedroom apartment of 60 square meters in Trieste, an expense of about 90 thousand euros must be taken into account: with its average of 1,486 euros, the capital is the most expensive city in the region. If you move to other provinces, the cost of the brick remains substantially stable. The only exception is Gorizia, where there was an increase of 3.4% in the first three months of the year. The border town remains, however, also the most economic urban area: on average, 952 euros per square meter are spent for a house. No price change for Udine (€ 1,382 / sqm), while there was a slight fall (-0.5%) in Pordenone, where the purchase is around € 1,275 per square meter.
A different scenario in terms of rents, with the regional average of rents reaching € 7.53 per square meter. In the first quarter of this year the trend shows positive signs in almost all the cities, even if with different rhythms according to the zones: in Gorizia it even reaches a + 7.4%, while Pordenone and Trieste must be satisfied with a rise of 0.3% and 0.6% respectively. Speaking of rentals, an exception emerges: this time it is represented by Udine, where the trend is negative and there is a fall of 1.8%.