by Gusztav Kosztolanyi In the last few months in Hungary, there has been a steady increase in the number of enquiries concerning mortgages, and the amounts that potential clients are seeking to borrow are higher than before (due to a boom in real estate prices). Whereas last year, the average amount borrowed lay somewhere between […]

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