It is 7,391 PLN, up 0,6% from 7,345 on the previous month, to be precise.
This was between September and October and I did not want to confuse people but I should have written that.
considering that Krakow is a freezing place 8 months per year
That is just a lie now, many people on this forum have been to Krakow and not just in the four months that are thawed out :)
Missing the Californian sunshine?
Than you for this source. Anyway, it proves that Kraków was hit the worst over the last year, with the highest slump of prices in Poland (-12,6%). But may we call that a crash?
No and there were foreigners who remortgaged there houses bought over here and got stung at home and therefore stopped buying.
I personally think the slight drop is good for Poland, it stopped the prices from becoming ridiculous like in Ireland and Lithuania, they are really suffering now, where prices have halved in some areas.
May we call them less freezy than Kraków? I don't think so, Białystok is certainly the coldest voivodship capital in Poland.
North West Poland is still very underdeveloped, I think when the infrastructure goes in, it will do a lot better.
Weather and freezing has nothing to do with anything, Norway, Sweden, Finland are all further North and much colder than here, so what?
Youve just exactly copied what SeanBM wrote, why?
When you're good you're good :)