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The housing boom that was observed before the financial crisis in 2009 may repeat only in the next five years, President of the Ukrainian Analytical Center Oleksandr Okhrymenko said during a round table, ForUm correspondent reports.
In particular, the expert stressed that the demand for housing in Ukraine fell substantially after the crisis in 2009.
"However, we are observing a little demand for the housing market, and therefore, the prices will rise," he said.
He also added that today, Ukrainians buy apartments both on the secondary market and in new buildings.
"There are problems only with the sale of premium class housing. Taking into account general trends, we can say that in the next five years, the pre-crisis boom in housing will resume," Okhrymenko said.