We should not believe that the real estate prices skyrocket just because of the peculiarities of the Hungarian economy. Thousands keep the flat prices high in order to prepare for the buying of rich foreigners. And all those people having arrived with residency bonds for non-EU citizens do not deceive hopes.
The performance of the Hungarian
economy seems to be internationally recognized in 2016 and has really had a
reason for a triumphant success: On May 20, 2016, the London-based rating
agency Fitch Ratings lifted the credit rating of the Hungarian government debt
to BBB with a stable outlook, what stands for an average good investment.