The number of existing dwellings in the capital city Sofia reached 528,000, while in Plovdiv they are 305,000. Varna and Burgas have a little over 200,000 homes. Sofia district and Stara Zagora have around 170,000 homes.
The useful residential space at the end of the period stood at 63.82 sq.m, or 20.13 square meters per capita.
The most popular types of homes in Bulgaria are one-bedroom (33.27%) and two-bedroom apartments (31.97%). There are some 559,000 three-bedroom and 437,000 one-bedroom apartments in the country, according to the report.
There are 491,000 homes to 1,000 people of the population, which means one home accommodates 2.04 people on average.
2,697 residential buildings with 18,864 units were erected in 2007. The total useful floor space of the newly built homes stands at 1.2 mln square meters.
In 2006 the number of newly built residential buildings was 2,074 and that of the new units 13,270.
479 buildings with 660 home units were demolished in 2007, compared with 790 buildings and 2,361 units in 2006.