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Energy labels determining price

Willemijn van den Hoek • 10/06/2024
Cushman & Wakefield analyzes and interprets the housing market dynamics on a permanent basis. The latest figures show that the tight housing market is again having an upward pressure on transaction prices. The limited availability is causing overbidding to dominate once more. In these times, buyers can be less selective. Our research shows that despite the scarcity, energy labels remain a determining factor for prices.

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