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Estonian Real Estate Companies Union warns of potential real estate boom

A study commissioned by the Estonian Real Estate Companies Union (RECU) indicates that although the faith of people in real estate being favourable is decreasing, more people plan to acquire real estate, which can lead to grave consequences, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.


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