This post reviews the residential rentals market in Tallinn. It focuses on apartments available for long term rent in all capital’s neighborhoods. The data was collected from 4 sources: kv.ee kuldnebors.ee soov.ee okidoki.ee After data pre-processing and cleanings has been done, a total of 849 properties were collected from all websites (note, that some listings … Read moreTallinn Residential Rental Market in-depth Analysis
This is the analysis of the biggest coupons websites in Estonia – minuvalik.ee As of today, there are total of over 20 coupon websites in Estonia, big and small. They all have their own following on Facebook and promote their campaigns on a regular basis. One of the first coupon deals websites started in the … Read moreThe analysis of coupon website MinuValik.ee
Here is the comparison of apartment square meter sales prices in Tallinn in September and October 2014, based on kv.ee data. The figures above show a price increase among 1-3 room apartments in different areas of Tallinn. At the same time, the prices for the 4-room apartments have fallen. The biggest increase was in 3 room … Read moreSeptember and October Tallinn apartments price comparison
Continuing the analysis of the residential real estate market, below is the chart showing sale and renting prices for apartments in Tallinn. As previously, prices are collected from the KV.EE real estate portal. After the data has been collected, it was cleaned and used to build the following charts. Apartments for Sale The above chart … Read moreApartments rent and sale prices in Tallinn in October
One of the most interesting markets to analyze has always been a real estate market. Data Source The best place to get the data from is the biggest real estate classifieds website in Estonia – KV.EE. It gets 65% more monthly traffic than its nearest competitor City24.ee: Such a big number of monthly visitors is … Read moreAnalysis of 1- and 2-room apartment prices in Tallinn
About a week ago I was asked to make an analysis, which type of content posted in a business magazine receives the most engagement from the visitors. To do the job, a Facebook page of a well known online magazine Entrepreneur.com was analyzed. The methodology used, was the same as in mobile operators analysis back … Read moreWhat type of content generated the most social engagement for a business magazine?
This is the followup of the previous post, where we have compared 1-and 2-room apartments for the best investment possibilities. The top investment opportunities with the highest ROI were 2-room apartments in Mustamäe and Lasnamäe for the month of September 2014. What about the rest of the city? How different would the findings be if … Read moreInvesting in residential real estate market in Tallinn. Analysis.
According to the Eurostat data from 2012, 76% of Estonian companies operated their own websites in 2013. This is inline with over European countries – the average for EU is 73%. Source: Eurostat Knowing how much of our local companies use websites is one thing, another one is to find out how many of these … Read moreHow much traffic an average corporate website in Estonia gets
Comparing property prices between two time periods can give valuable insights on where the real estate market might be moving in the near future, which properties are more valued and are better investment objects. The above data is comparing rental prices for a 1-3 room apartments for the months of June and September 2014. During … Read moreComparing the rental property prices in June and September in Tallinn
Using the data collected in the previous part, the effectiveness of freebie offers in generating “likes” and “shares” will be analyzed. The effectiveness will be measured simply by the number of “likes” and “shares” received for every post offering free mobile phone or something else since the operators’ Facebook pages were published. The top 50 image posts … Read moreEstonian Mobile Operator’s Facebook Photo Likes Analysis (Part 2)