The outbreak of Covid-19 changed, without a doubt, not just the way we live our lives, but also the world around us. The economy became more fragile and unpredictable, and we had to learn to deal with brand new conditions. Thus, considering the precarious state of the economy, the sales of new homes, in general, were expected to drop significantly. However, the private home sector managed to defy the predictions of specialists, continuing its upward trend, despite all odds.
What is more amazing is the fact that the current rises have not been seen for more than two years already. This September was the 5th month in a row when the level of sales was above expected and predicted values. If August recorded a sale of 1,258 of private units, September came with an even higher number, the total amount of units sold rising to 1,329. And all of this happened even though there were very few private home launches, an aspect that was highly affected by the unpredictability of the market in current conditions.