Figures published by Poland’s second-largest bank, Pekao, show that in the third quarter of 2022, the number of Polish buyers was 37 percent higher than in the second quarter.
A group of US senators have written to President Andrzej Duda urging him to withdraw from or veto a proposed amendment to a Polish law that will limit the ability of claimants to seek restitution for property they lost during and after the WWII.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski has strongly criticised statements made by the Israeli foreign minister about a proposed amendment to a Polish law that will limit the ability of claimants to seek restitution for property they lost during and after the war.
The Israeli embassy in Warsaw has condemned as “immoral” a proposed amendment to a Polish law that will limit the ability of claimants to seek restitution for property they lost during the Holocaust, and warned that it will seriously affect relations between Poland and Israel.
According to the French real estate agents, the house in Saint-Remy-les-Chevreuse, around 40 km from Paris, which includes tapestries and terracotta from the Curies’ era, needs an extra EUR 200,000 in renovation.
Offering “a safe investment” with “guaranteed returns”, the market for micro-apartments has proven resilient in the face of covid.
According to data released by Eurostat, prices in Poland rose by 11.3 percent in the first quarter of 2020 and by 10.9 percent in the second quarter of the year compared with the same period in 2019.
The Polish Foreign Ministry reacting to the US Department of State's report under the JUST Act, said that the opinion on the property restitution process in Poland differs in some points from Poland's assessment of the issue.
Poland, among other countries, has been listed in the State Department's annual Act 447 report for not having yet enacted full legislation on domestic property restitution or Holocaust-related confiscation.
Three weeks before US President Donald Trump's visit to Poland, 88 out of 100 US senators appealed to Poland to return the property of Holocaust victims, though Washington is not planning to impose sanctions, the Rzeczpospolita daily wrote on Wednesday.