It increased by 25%.. We publish the residential price per square meter in New Cairo

It increased by 25%.. We publish the residential price per square meter in New Cairo
It increased by 25%.. We publish the residential price per square meter in New Cairo
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I wrote – Safaa Arnaout:

Real estate prices have increased significantly during the recent period, reaching in some areas more than 25%, according to statements by experts and real estate development companies.

New Cairo remains one of the most important cities in which citizens search for unit prices, which are as follows:

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The demand for the real estate product within Madinaty projects increased during the month of December, despite the price hike, which ranged between 20% and 25%. The average price per meter of an apartment within Madinaty was about 16,000 pounds, and the average price per square meter in Mostakbal City was 16,150 pounds, and in West Golf. The average price per square meter was 15,000 pounds, and in Mirage City, the average price per square meter was about 13,000 pounds.

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11 thousand pounds per square meter in El Banafseg

The average price per square meter in the Banafseg, Kattameya, and Yasmeen areas in New Cairo was 11,000 pounds, while the average price in the eastern and southern regions of the Academy was 11.5 thousand pounds, and in the Diplomats neighborhood, the average price per square meter was 10,000 pounds, and in West Arbella, it was about 10,500 pounds.

9500 pounds is the price per square meter of the apartment in Dar Misr

The price of a residential square meter in the Dar Misr New Cairo project was 9,500 pounds, and in the Andalus region, it was 10,400 pounds, and in the northern and southern investors’ area, the average price per square meter ranged from 9,500 to 10,500 pounds, and in the lotus buildings, the price per square meter was 9,300 pounds, and in the Beit Al Watan area, the price per square meter was 7,700 pounds. .

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