In the master's thesis we discussed the factors influencing the housing construction in Slovenia. In this regard, we conducted a comparative analysis of the factors affecting the housing construction in Poland in the period 2007–2016 at the level of municipalities and administrative units. The hypothesis was that the housing construction in Slovenia, measured by the completed dwelling units per 1.000 population, the total floor area of completed dwelling units per person, the completed new residential buildings per 1.000 population and the construction permits for new residential buildings per 1.000 population, at both administrative levels under consideration, depends on its economic and social environment. The influence of the ten factors summarized by the Cellmer and Jasiński (2016) research was examined for Slovenia at both administrative levels under consideration using four panel regression models. The results of the panel regression analysis showed that there are differences between Slovenia and Poland regarding the statistical characteristics of the impact of the factors considered on the housing construction during the analyzed period. The research also confirmed the differences in the impact of the factors under consideration on the housing construction according to the administrative level of treatment. The research confirmed that in Slovenia in the period 2007–2016, observed at the level of municipalities, the share of mobile working age population in total population, commune budget income per inhabitant and average gross monthly remuneration was significantly affected by the housing construction. Observed at the level of administrative units, the housing construction was statistically significantly influenced by: the share of mobile working age population in total population, population density and commune budget income per inhabitant.