The prices of housing real estate went up 13.4% compared to the same period last year and 4.2% compared to the first quarter. However, only 59 new flats and houses were sold in the second quarter, the lowest number on record.
Compared to the second quarter of 2017, the prices of new flats were 30.3% higher and the prices of new family homes went up 20.2%.
Prices of old flats were up 16% in Ljubljana and higher by 9.8% elsewhere in the country. Used family homes were 10.6% costlier.
In quarterly comparison, the prices of new housing real estate were up 11%: new flats gained 13.8%, while new houses were up 0.1%, according to the Statistics Office.
A total of 2,330 old housing real estate units changed hands in the second quarter at 3.5% higher prices than a quarter earlier.
Old flats were up 3.8% in Ljubljana and 2% elsewhere in Slovenia, while the prices of old family homes gained 5%.
More details can be found on the website of the Statistics Office