Soon they will not talk about Paris, instead Warsaw will be on everyones lips!
This is the worrying part:
Overseas investors drive Poland’s real estate market, since local pension funds are prohibited from owning property and domestic money managers lack the money to purchase large, new office complexes and malls. Property sales in the country fell to 770 million euros last year from more than 5 billion euros in 2006, Real Capital Analytics data show.
You don't have to be a rocket scientist to realise, they can work their magic upwards. Warsaw is full of real estate for sale or lease,so I find it difficult to believe 100%, but I hope prices move upwards as I am in it.