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Arco Real Estate Bulgaria was financed by the Operational Programme "Human Resources Development", financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund. The project is worth 216 259.24 lv.

The overall aim of the project is to provide preconditions for creation of sustainable jobs in Arco Real Estate Bulgaria for the unemployed and inactive persons with priority to integrate in the labor market of vulnerable groups and unemployed young people under 29 years of age, long-term unemployed and unemployed over 54 years. This will satisfy the need of company to create new positions.

The project provides the hiring of Arco Real Estate Bulgaria of 15 unemployed and inactive persons and aims to provide them with employment and integration into the labor market. Envisaged to implement project activities aim to create preconditions and terms to hire new employees, training on key competence 4 "Digital competence" to acquire knowledge and skills in software program for working with spreadsheets and to secure workflow by purchasing the necessary equipment, furniture and software for 15 jobs for the 15 representatives of the target group.

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"АРКО ИМОТИ" ЕООД“, беше финансиран от Оперативна програма „Развитие на човешките ресурси“, съфинансирана от Европейския съюз чрез Европейския социален фонд . Проектът е на стойност 216 259,24 лв.

Общата цел на проекта е да се осигурят предпоставки за създаване на устойчиви работни места в „АРКО ИМОТИ“ ЕООД за безработни и неактивни лица, с приоритет към интегриране на пазара на труда на уязвимите групи на безработните младежи до 29 годишна възраст, продължително безработните и безработните над 54 г. По този начин ще се удовлетвори необходимостта на предприятието от разкриване на нови работни места.

Той предвижда наемането от „АРКО ИМОТИ“ ЕООД на 15 безработни и неактивни лица и цели да им осигури заетост и интегриране на пазара на труда. Предвидените за изпълнение дейности по проекта целят създаване на предпоставки и условия и наемане на нови служители, провеждане на обучение по ключова компетентност 4 „Дигитална компетентност“ за придобиване на знания и умения по софтуерна програма за работа с електронни таблици и обезпечаването на работния процес чрез закупуване на необходимото оборудване и обзавеждане и софтуер за 15 работни места за 15те представители от целевата група.

 

Mihkel Eliste

Mihkel Eliste

Certified Appraiser / Associate Broker

Evaluator's cad. nr 116108
Mobile +372 5386 3936
Telephone +372 324 0888
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Majority of real estate specialists has forecasted that Tallinn residential market will be losing some of its activity in the near future. In Q3 2016, no negative marks were noted.

                  

Transaction activity was continuingly high in Q3

In Q3, 2,8% more transactions were conducted in Tallinn than in the previous quarter 2016 and by 8,1% more than in the same period in 2015. In the neighbouring areas of Tallinn[1] that were most active 3,0% more transactions were conducted in the last quarter than in Q2 2016 and 10% more transactions compared to the same period in 2015.

 

Based on apartment transactions in October, transaction activity has remained stable in Tallinn, but declined in the neighbouring areas. In October, 2.5% more transactions were conducted in Tallinn than in September 2016 and by 8,3% more than in the same month 2015. In the neighbouring areas of Tallinn, 4,0% less transactions were made with apartment ownerships in October compared to September and by 28% less compared to the same month in 2015. The decline in neighbouring areas has been caused mainly by a decline in the number of transactions with apartments built between 2001-2016 in Rae and Viimsi municipality.

 

Mihkel Eliste

Mihkel Eliste

Certified Appraiser / Associate Broker

Evaluator's cad. nr 116108
Mobile +372 5386 3936
Telephone +372 324 0888
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mihkel.eliste@arcovara.ee

Within Tallinn, the larger residential areas include above all Nõmme, Pirita, Haabersti and Kristiine district, in a smaller extent, transactions are also made in the city centre north Tallinn and Mustamäe. Due to the high price level of Tallinn consumers purchase increasingly more dwellings to the neighbouring areas of Tallinn[1], with most residential regions. Annual transaction activity is the largest in Viimsi and Harku municipality. Preferences are higher up to 20 km from Tallinn that can be also considered the zone of working in Tallinn. Outside the neighbouring municipalities of Tallinn and the neighbouring areas of the county’s major centres, purchasers’ interest has remained modest.

 

Transaction activity and price increase remained in a growing trend in Q3

Due to the seasonal nature of the real estate market, the real estate market became more active in Estonian larger areas in Q3 in August and September. Residential building market is rather little active compared to apartment market and there is usually no significant transaction activity and price level growth. On residential building market, sellers’ price wishes and purchasers’ preferences have remained similar to previous quarters. The price wishes of new development offerers have increased as well as the respective demand. According to Arco Vara, there is suitable number of offers on the market to satisfy the demand.

 

In Q3 2016, 12% more transactions were made with improved residential land in Tallinn as a whole when compared to this year’s previous quarter. The arithmetic average of transaction prices was 239,000 euros and median price 184,000 euros. The arithmetic average decreased by 5,7% compared to previous quarter and median price by 3,4%. Price decrease was caused by an increase in transactions with older buildings. Compared to the same period last year, transaction activity increased by 18%, arithmetic average transaction price increased by 11% and median price by 2,9%. Indicators of residential building market have remained in a continuing growth trend in Tallinn during a longer period, both transaction activity and price levels have increased.

 

Mihkel Eliste

Mihkel Eliste

Certified Appraiser / Associate Broker

Evaluator's cad. nr 116108
Mobile +372 5386 3936
Telephone +372 324 0888
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mihkel.eliste@arcovara.ee

In Harjumaa, most transactions with improved residential land are made outside the capital in areas close to Tallinn, where there are the most dwelling regions. Viimsi and Harku municipality stand out in terms of transaction activity. Purchasers’ preferences are the highest for up to 20 km outside of Tallinn that can be also considered the zone of going to work to Tallinn. Outside the municipalities close to Tallinn and the close areas to the county’s bigger centres, interest has remained modest. Differently from transactions done in Tallinn, the transactions in the neighbouring areas concern mostly new developments.

 

Price and transaction activity growth in Q3 was mainly led by new developments

Due to the seasonal nature of the real estate market, it became more active in Estonian larger areas in Q3 in August and September. Compared to apartment market, residential market is rather little active and usually there is not an increase in price level or transaction activity. On residential market, the sellers’ price wishes and purchasers’ preferences have remained rather similar to the previous quarters. Above all, the price wishes of new development offerers have increased like the demand for new developments. According to Arco Vara, there are sufficient offers on the market to meet the demand.

 

In Q3 2016, 3,9% more transactions were done with improved residential land in Harjumaa as a whole than in the previous quarter this year. The arithmetic average of transaction prices was 131,000 euros and median price 85,000 euros. Arithmetic average increased by 2,1% and median price by 6,3%. Compared to the same time last year, transaction activity increased by 14%, arithmetic average transaction price by 11% and median price by 2,4%. Residential market indicators have remained largely unchanged; growth of transaction activity and price level has occurred mainly in the capital and areas close to it with reference to new developments.

 

Mihkel Eliste

Mihkel Eliste

Certified Appraiser / Associate Broker

Evaluator's cad. nr 116108
Mobile +372 5386 3936
Telephone +372 324 0888
Languages
mihkel.eliste@arcovara.ee

Of the transactions of apartments in Harju County, majority is formed by transactions in Tallinn and its neighbouring areas. Outside of Tallinn, the majority of transactions is made in nearby municipalities - Rae, Saue, Viimsi, Harku and Saku municipality. Besides these municipalities, the majority of transactions is also made in satellite small towns close to Tallinn, which are the towns located in Harjumaa - Maardu, Kehra, Keila, Saue, Loksa and Paldiski town. Real estate prices are strongly influenced by the distance of Tallinn or its bigger satellite regions and the closeness of major roads leading outside the city.

 

Transaction activity and price increase stayed stable in Q3

In Q3 2016, 2.5% more transactions were conducted in Harjumaa than in Q2 2016, while median and arithmetic average increased respectively by 4,0% and 5,5%. Compared to the same time last year, 8% more transactions were conducted, while median price increased by 8,0% and arithmetic average by 8,4%. As a whole, changes in transaction activity and price level in Harjumaa are related to actions on Tallinn real estate market; changes in the centre move during some time to areas with smaller population density.

 

In October, a total of 959 transactions was made in Harjumaa, this by 1,7% more than in September and by 2,3% more than in the same month last year. In October, the median price of apartment transactions was 1,467 €/m2 and arithmetic average 1,511 €/m2. Compared to September, the median price increased by 4,1% differently from increase in the number of transactions, arithmetic average increased by 3,5%; compared to the same time last year, prices increased respectively by 5,3% and 6,0%. Based on county data, the median price is lower than the average price, since both in Tallinn and the neighbouring areas of Tallinn, a number of transactions are made with new developments that keep prices up due to higher price balance.

 

Mihkel Eliste

Mihkel Eliste

Certified Appraiser / Associate Broker

Evaluator's cad. nr 116108
Mobile +372 5386 3936
Telephone +372 324 0888
Languages
mihkel.eliste@arcovara.ee

Basis – Land Board, Bank of Estonia 05.11.2016

 

Based on renewed data, annual economic growth in Estonia in Q2 was 0,8% and thus below long-term growth capacity. In Q2 2016, slow economic growth was caused by single economic activities but an increase in investment activities of enterprises in H1 forecasts improved economic growth. The growth was mainly led by more labour-intensive sectors but weakened by a decrease in additional value in energetics, mining industry and real estate activities. Based on the first two months of Q3, continued economic growth of the euro region is expected in the same pace as Q2.

 

Based on Q2, Estonian exporting companies deem their own competitive potential on European Union and foreign markets somewhat stronger than in the beginning of the year. The strengthening of the position is also in line with enlivening of Estonian trade in Q2. Goods and services were exported in Q2 by about 4% more than a year ago. Import increased at the same time even more but running account stayed despite this in surplus. Goods export increased in August 2016 compared to August 2015 by 12% and import by 8%. Compared to July 2016, export increased in August by 15% and import by 5%. Faster than import growth, export growth decreased and trade deficit that was the smallest in this year.

 

 

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