23,015 homes built in Romania in the first half of the year

Razvan Zamfir 07/09/2018 | 12:52

The number of dwellings completed in first half of 2018 was 23,015, most of the them put into use in the urban area, accounting for 55.2 percent of the total, according to data centralized by the National Institute of Statistics (INS).

The distribution by financing sources reveals that in the first half of 2018, compared with the first half of 2017, the number of dwellings made from private funds increased by 401 and the number of dwellings made from public funds decreased by 443.

The regional distribution shows a decrease in the number of completed dwellings in the following development regions: Bucharest – Ilfov (-1,008 dwellings), North – East (-558) and Center (-293). The growth of the number of completed dwellings was recorded in the development regions: North – West (1,000 dwellings), South – East (377), West (300), South – Muntenia (114) and South – West Oltenia (26).

The number of dwellings completed in the second quarter of 2018 was 12,742, down 231 compared to the same period last year, according to data centralized by the National Institute of Statistics (INS).

By residence area, in the second quarter of 2018, most homes were built in the urban area (54.8 percent). The distribution by financing funds reveals that in the second quarter of 2018 compared to the second quarter of 2017 the number of dwellings completed by private funds increased by 94 and that of public funds decreased by 325.

Regional distribution shows a decrease in the number of completed dwellings (-231 dwellings) in the following development regions: Bucharest – Ilfov (-1,119 dwellings), West (-288), South – Muntenia (- 152) and North – 150).

Increases occurred in North – West (676 dwellings), South – East (593), South – West Oltenia (199) and Center (10).

 

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