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Real estate, sales up in the first quarter

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ROME (ITALPRESS) – Signs of recovery in the first quarter of 2021 for sales volumes in the residential and non-residential sectors. House purchases increased by 38.6% compared to the same period last year, and those relating to the tertiary-commercial sector grew by 51.3%. A positive sign also for the production sector (+ 43.6%). These are some of the main data that emerge from the statistical report of the Real Estate Market Observatory of the Revenue Agency. For the residential sector, there was a total number of trades which reached 162,258. Also in this quarter, as in the last of 2020, the positive sign is more marked in the smaller municipalities (+ 43.3% compared to the first quarter of 2020); in the provincial capitals, sales volumes grow by approximately 30%. In Genoa, the maximum growth rate was recorded, + 36.7%; for Rome, Turin and Naples the rate is around + 30%. In Milan, Bologna and Florence, after another decline recorded in the last quarter, sales are starting to increase again with more moderate growth rates, but in any case in double digits. Trade in appurtenant warehouses (cellars and attics) also performed well, with sales volumes almost doubled compared to the same quarter of 2020, and in garages and parking spaces, with a positive trend (+ 41.9%) which is accentuated compared to what already recorded in the previous quarter (it was + 10.6%). For the tertiary-commercial sector, offices and private studios in particular grew by 50.7%, while shops and laboratories by 34.4%. Sales of commercial warehouses and garages (+ 61.6%), warehouses and industries (+ 43.6%) and the agricultural production sector (+ 53.2%) are also growing. (ITALPRESS). fil / ads / com 08-Jun-21 17:45

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