Last year there was a decrease in loan costs, and due to the pandemic investors started to look for ways to safely invest capital, yet there was a 19% decrease in the number of sold apartments. In 6 largest markets, i.e. Warszawa, Wrocław, Kraków, Łódź, Poznań and Tricity, 53 thousand apartments were sold compared to 65.4 thousand in 2019. Last year was also another year with an increase in housing prices. On the primary market, it ranged from 3 to 12%, depending on the city. In the current situation, it is difficult to determine the direction in which the sale of apartments will develop in the coming years. In addition, the land base available to developers is shrinking, which may consequently lead to further price increases in the housing market, which may also be fuelled by increases in the price of construction materials and employment costs. In 2020, as part of the “Mieszkanie Plus” programme, more than 26 thousand apartments were built or started to be built in relation to the planned 100 thousand apartments. In January 2021, the “Premises for Land” Act was passed, which assumes a wider use of land for housing construction. The document stipulates that the municipality, in exchange for the transfer of land for the construction of flats, will receive part of the premises from the investor. On the plot acquired from the municipality, the investor will be able to build a new or renovate the existing building.