International consultancy Jones Lang LaSalle predicts
that housing prices in Bulgaria's capital Sofia and Bucharest, Romania fall
12% to 20% over 2009 , respectively.

According to the agency , real estate markets of both cities is declining ,
due to the outflow of investors, difficulties in obtaining bank loans
and a waiting position players , the agency Novinite.
In another study, the agency says that in markets such as Irish,
Spanish and British , where for the last fifteen years have seen
largest decline in prices, now there is an increase of activity due to different
opportunities that are available to investors. In London , for example, requested
house prices rising a fourth consecutive month , reports Internet portal Rightmove.
In May, these prices have risen by 2 , and 4% relative to April.

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