What should I pay attention to when buying a used property or renovating old buildings?
Old houses and apartments are usually cheaper than new buildings, but often lack more important things such as energy efficiency and comfort of life.
These properties are also located primarily in long-established areas. In addition, the construction time is manageable and the charm and price do the rest for it. The problem is that most old houses then have a charm, but the rooms are very small and very low, lack energy efficiency, old pipes like water and electricity and old bathrooms. They typically require significantly more reparations than initially thought, so costs are also increased.