In the Czech Republic, there are virtually two very different real estate markets with prices in the capital markedly higher than everywhere else. It is hardly surprising though, as Prague is the country’s cultural, tourist and financial centre with unparalleled prices, save the world-famous resort Karlovy Vary where one-bedroom apartments go from €150,000 to €300,000. A similar flat in the other equally renowned spa towns Mariánské Lázně and Františkovy Lázně start from €70,000. Property prices in the Czech Republic plummeted in 2009 when the financial crisis hit Europe, yet even today apartments in Prague are cheap (€2,500/sq.m on average) compared to those in other European capitals. The central area, Prague 1, is the most expensive and valued at €5,400/sq.m. Buyers looking for better deals can find property in Prague’s district 9, 10 and 4, the cheapest subdivisions of the city. The Czech Republic is the land of castles, with good reason, as there are about 2,500 stone fortresses here with prices comparable to ordinary flats in other European capitals. Since 1 May 2009, any foreigner can buy property in the Czech Republic if they are registered as an individual or legal entity. PragueKarlovy VaryOther citiesApartments (flats)1,485–2,2220,700–1,4000,650–1,150Detached property (houses, villas) 1,250–1,600 1,250–1,6000,0,450–800Luxury property (castles, mansions, estates) 3,000–4,500 3,000–4,5003,000–4,500

Property prices in the Czech Republic

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Property prices in the Czech Republic

In the Czech Republic, there are virtually two very different real estate markets with prices in the capital markedly higher than everywhere else. It is hardly surprising though, as Prague is the country’s cultural, tourist and financial centre with unparalleled prices, save the world-famous resort Karlovy Vary where one-bedroom apartments go from €150,000 to €300,000. A similar flat in the other equally renowned spa towns Mariánské Lázně and Františkovy Lázně start from €70,000.

Property prices in the Czech Republic plummeted in 2009 when the financial crisis hit Europe, yet even today apartments in Prague are cheap (€2,500/sq.m on average) compared to those in other European capitals. The central area, Prague 1, is the most expensive and valued at €5,400/sq.m. Buyers looking for better deals can find property in Prague’s district 9, 10 and 4, the cheapest subdivisions of the city.

The Czech Republic is the land of castles, with good reason, as there are about 2,500 stone fortresses here with prices comparable to ordinary flats in other European capitals.

Since 1 May 2009, any foreigner can buy property in the Czech Republic if they are registered as an individual or legal entity.

Prague Karlovy Vary Other cities
Apartments (flats) 1,485–2,222 0,700–1,400 0,650–1,150
Detached property
(houses, villas)
1,250–1,600 1,250–1,600 0,0,450–800
Luxury property
(castles, mansions, estates)
3,000–4,500 3,000–4,500 3,000–4,500

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