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The best investment opportunity in Romania

Bucharest is the fastest growing capital city in the EU, and has registered a faster annual growth rate between 2000 and 2015 than Singapore in its period of fast economic expansion (1965-1980). In 2015, Bucharest had a GDP that was higher than that of seven EU countries (including Croatia, Slovenia, and Lithuania), and it had a GDP per Capita (at purchasing power standard) that was higher than that of Rome, Madrid, Berlin, Lisbon, and Athens. It is one of the most dynamic cities in the World right now.

Around 4 million people live within a one-hour driving distance of Bucharest, and around 50% of Romanian firm revenues are generated in this area. Moreover, around 20,000 students graduate from one of the many universities in the City of Bucharest. This is basically the economic heart of the country.

However, the area has not developed equally. Within Bucharest, of the six
sectors that make up the city, Sector 5 is responsible for only 5% of firm
revenues, whereas Sector 1 is responsible for 50%. At the same time, Sector
5, has a number of competitive advantages that make it one of the most
attractive investment areas in Bucharest, Romania, and the EU as a whole.

In 2017, the average monthly net salary in Bucharest was 3,116 Romanian Lei
(around 680 Euro, or around $770). When compared to average 2017 monthly
net salaries in other EU countries, Bucharest still is quite competitive from
this point of view.

Sector 5 offers some of the best investment opportunities in Bucharest right now. It has some of the largest un-developed land reserves, relatively close to the city center, and it has a strategic and contiguous piece of land, with a surface of around 110 hectares, and largely in public hands – the Antiaeriana Area. This will be one of the prime investment sites in Bucharest in the years to come.

The best investment opportunity in Romania

Bucharest is the fastest growing capital city in the EU, and has registered a faster annual growth rate between 2000 and 2015 than Singapore in its period of fast economic expansion (1965-1980). In 2015, Bucharest had a GDP that was higher than that of seven EU countries (including Croatia, Slovenia, and Lithuania), and it had a GDP per Capita (at purchasing power standard) that was higher than that of Rome, Madrid, Berlin, Lisbon, and Athens. It is one of the most dynamic cities in the World right now.

Around 4 million people live within a one-hour driving distance of Bucharest, and around 50% of Romanian firm revenues are generated in this area. Moreover, around 20,000 students graduate from one of the many universities in the City of Bucharest. This is basically the economic heart of the country.

The average price (buy/rent) in Euro for a 2-room apartment in the most important cities in Romania, in March 2018

Source: real-estate analysis

Bucharest vs. other European capital cities

While Bucharest has developed at a very fast pace, the city remains surprisingly affordable, compared to other European capitals, and offers all the amenities of a capital city.

Bucharest vs. other European capital cities

While Bucharest has developed at a very fast pace, the city remains surprisingly affordable, compared to other European capitals, and offers all the amenities of a capital city.

Maintaining the same standard of life from Country with a salary of… in Bucharest, you need a monthly salary of…  
Vienna 3,400 Euro 1,750 Euro  
Consumer Prices

77.74% higher than in Bucharest

 
Consumer Prices Including Rent 94.46% higher than in Bucharest  
Rent Prices 147.94% higher than in Bucharest  
Restaurant Prices 77.55% higher than in Bucharest  
Groceries Prices 102.81% higher than in Bucharest  
London 4,500 Pounds 1,493 Pounds  
Consumer Prices 117.30% higher than in Bucharest  
Consumer Prices Including Rent 197.64% higher than in Bucharest  
Rent Prices 454.60% higher than in Bucharest  
Restaurant Prices 134.13% higher than in Bucharest  
Groceries Prices 96.52% higher than in Bucharest  
Berlin 3,100 Euro 1,720 Euro  
Consumer Prices 72.35% higher than in Bucharest  
Consumer Prices Including Rent 89.65% higher than in Bucharest  
Rent Prices 114.97% higher than in Bucharest  
Restaurant Prices 48.02% higher than in Bucharest  
Groceries Prices 69.66% higher than in Bucharest  
Paris 4,300 Euro 1,755 Euro  
Consumer Prices 119.81% higher than in Bucharest  
Consumer Prices Including Rent 152.12% higher than in Bucharest  
Rent Prices 255.45% higher than in Bucharest  
Restaurant Prices 126.85% higher than in Bucharest  
Groceries Prices 151.27% higher than in Bucharest  
Prague 59,000 Czech Koruna 47,283 Czech Koruna  
Consumer Prices 23.66% higher than in Bucharest  
Consumer Prices Including Rent 39.53% higher than in Bucharest  
Rent Prices 90.26% higher than in Bucharest  
Restaurant Prices 5.66% higher than in Bucharest  
Groceries Prices 26.99% higher than in Bucharest  
Warsaw 8,800 Zlots 7,510 Zlots  
Consumer Prices 9.58% higher than in Bucharest  
Consumer Prices Including Rent 20.23% higher than in Bucharest  
Rent Prices 54.29% higher than in Bucharest  
Restaurant Prices 4.02% higher than in Bucharest  
Groceries Prices 4.85% higher than in Bucharest  
Budapest 630,000 Forints 541,411 Forints  
Consumer Prices 19.06% higher than in Bucharest  
Consumer Prices Including Rent 22.43% higher than in Bucharest  
Rent Prices 33.23% higher than in Bucharest  
Restaurant Prices 1.23% higher than in Bucharest  
Groceries Prices16.70 % higher than in Bucharest  

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