The most important criteria for future buyers of apartments are still location and price. Poles most often buy two-room apartments, followed by three-room flats and studio apartments. Premises with these parameters at the same time best satisfy the housing needs of Poles and are within the financial means of the majority of buyers. The square footage is not everything - buyers also pay attention to transportation network and the environment - green areas and infrastructure - like schools, health facilities and shops. Consumers are becoming more and more aware of the market offer and their capabilities, which is why ROBYG Group carefully selects attractive areas for housing estates, takes care of functional architectural projects and invests in infrastructure.
"The spaciousness and convenience of the premises, but also the surroundings and communication - these are the main aspects that buyers pay attention to after determining how large the apartment they intend to buy. There is still space on the market for multi-stage housing estates - developers prefer such investments, because each subsequent stage can be better adapted to the market's needs. Two-room flats with an area of approximately 60 sq m are the most popular. The multi-stage projects have one more important advantage for the buyers - the developer can create a comprehensive development along with service points that are extremely appreciated by the residents. ROBYG also focuses on holistic shaping of urban space, including the creation of entire parts of districts and their revitalization" – says Joanna Chojecka, Sales Director at ROBYG SA in Warsaw.