Bucharest is the main spot for real estate businesses in Romania, but other areas and cities are developing fast, proving that opportunities also exist away from the capital, an online presentation of the UK consultancy firm Easier informs.
New York Times published on Wednesday an article discussing the rising prices on the Romanian real estate market and the investments opportunities in the area.
The article also points at Transylvania - an attraction for its winter sports and medieval cities like Brasov, Sighisoara and Cluj Napoca.
Easier analysts are convinced that the growth in the area will be stimulated by the future Brasov airport, able to offer transit for one million passengers per year, and the Bucharest - Brasov highway, still under construction.
With exploding prices downtown, Bucharest maintains its attraction due to its surroundings, where investments can still be made at a fair price, the market being expected to keep growing for at least 10 years.