In 2015, like two years before, the biggest increase among price indices occurred in the dwelling price index. However, the rise of this index slowed down and in 2015 it was the smallest of the last five years – 6.9% compared to the average of 2014. In 2015, the biggest increase (7.2%) occurred in the prices of apartments, while the prices of houses showed a more moderate growth rate (6.3%). The change of construction prices remained on the previous year’s level – the annual change in the construction price index compared to 2014 was 0.5% in 2015. There was also an increase in the cost of labour force (2.9%) and a decrease in the cost of using building machines (–0.8%) and of building materials (–0.7%). The repair and reconstruction work price index remained on the same level as in 2014.