The supply in the mid-plus and high-end residential market registered a 6% growth compared to the first half of the year and reached 12,760 residential units. Despite the surge in stock, there was a shortage in the segment not in terms of the number of available residential units, but in terms of the number of properties that met buyers’ criteria.
In 2021, the activity in terms of number of transactions was twice as high as in 2020. The highest sales by property type were with 2-bedroom apartments (69%), followed by houses (15%) and 3-bedroom apartments (8%).
Active demand and temporary reduction in supply as a result of the health crisis boosted house prices in the second half by 12%.