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It seems as if the worst is past for Poland's residential real estate market. There has been a substantial change in 2009 sales numbers, compared with the last quarter of 2008, where there was absolute stagnation in the housing market. At the end of March, as the weak Polish zloty became more stable, there was an uptick of housing sales in Warsaw. Rentals also saw higher activity as of the second quarter of 2009, particularly in the city of Krakow.