Prices in Austria are crazy, a room in Innsbruck costs 950 euros

22.04.2022. / 13:40

VIENNA – Prices on the real estate market in Austria have been rising steadily for years, and due to the pandemic and the war in Ukraine, housing is becoming a real luxury.

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The situation is primarily difficult in Innsbruck, where student room prices have jumped dramatically.

A survey by the Chamber of Labor (AK) showed that a room in a shared apartment in a part of the town of Volten cost 950 euros a month last year.

That price is a record in our research“, It is stated in the announcement of the AK. Room prices have risen in almost all parts of Innsbruck.

For the sake of comparison, in 2020, the maximum price for a room was another 800 euros.

The absurdly high prices charged to students show how difficult the real estate market is“, Pointed out the president of the AK of the province of Tyrol, Ervin Cangelr.

He said that as many students from abroad and other Austrian cities come to study in Innsbruck, apartment prices are rising.

This has led to an increase in rents that citizens can no longer afford“Cangerl warned.

AK Tirola hopes that the student campus, which is being worked on, will bring relief. Tanjug


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