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Property prices in Sri Lanka remain positive, stable in Q2

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However, in Colombo when compared to Q1 of 2021, average apartment selling prices had increased by 3.1% in Q2 with the average selling prices of apartments being Rs.49.93Mn for a 3 bedroom apartment. Apartment prices have also seen three consecutive quarters of growth in asking prices, with values heading towards their peak levels during 2018.

Further, the LankaPropertyWeb listings prices revealed that the average price of a 4 bedroom house in Colombo during the second quarter was at Rs.170.84 million. While 3 bedroom apartments were priced at an average of Rs. 51.57 million. When compared to the overall changes in property prices for houses and apartments, these fluctuations are evidence of the continuous improvements in property demand in Colombo city.

With the Colombo Port City Economic Commission Act, No.11 of 2021 passed 3 months ago and estimates of it said to add USD 4.5 billion during its initial years, it is expected that property prices are to soar further in the metropolitan city as the demand for residential rental property rises with the development in Colombo Port City.

In terms of land, a study on the average prices for Q2 in 2021 revealed that the selling price for a land plot in Sri Lanka was Rs.2.48 million. However, residential land prices in Colombo were recorded at 11.92 million per perch, which is a 79% premium from the overall land prices of the country. Besides Colombo city, land prices in the Western Province had also increased by 19% when compared with Q1 of 2021 while land prices in the Uva province had reduced by 18%.

Unlike most countries in the world, the Sri Lankan real estate market has maintained its stability despite facing three COVID-19 waves.

In the Western Province between Q1 of 2020 and 2021, 7 cities experienced average price increases by over 50%. Ingiriya in the Kalutara district recorded an increase of 109% followed by Ragama, where land prices increased by 76%. Lands in Padukka increased by 74% with prices in Angoda rising by 69%, Dompe by 67%, and Peliyagoda by 62%.

Lands in Moratuwa also improved by 56% with demand for property increasing over the years in areas such as Rawathawatha in particular.

During the same period, certain cities also experienced a reduction in average land price values.

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