Home prices rise for first time in 18 months: RE/MAX

BY Clare Jim and Joy Leung hong kong: hong kong private home prices posted their first monthly on month rise in six months in January, as sales rebounded in one of the world’s least affordable property markets. Prices rose 0.1 percent from a month ago in January, government data showed, compared with December’s revised 2.3 percent decline.

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House prices rise for the first time in 18 months . Land Registry say the decline is slowing, but for some areas the worst is yet to come. Sign-up. By Callum Tennent ; The average prices of homes in England and Wales has risen by 0.1 per cent, the first positive monthly change since January 2008.

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Area home prices rise despite slow sales. homes and condos sold by local Realtors last month by about 18-to-1.. mortgage rate in more than six months, and the first time this year the U.S.

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New home prices rise 0.1%, Toronto prices rise for first time. – Canadian new home prices edged up by 0.1 per cent in October on strength in the capital, Ottawa, while prices in Toronto rose for the first time in five months, Statistics Canada said on Thursday. Analysts in a Reuters poll had forecast a 0.2 per cent increase from September. Prices increased by 3.5 per cent compared to October 2016.

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Sales of new homes cooled in April from an 11-year high amid a surge in prices, adding to signs of softness in housing at the start of the quarter. Single-family home sales fell 6.9% to a 673,000 annualized pace, close to economist estimates following an upwardly revised March reading of 723,000, government data showed Thursday. The median.

For the first time in 18 months, home prices increased year-over-year in February, a turnaround that RE/MAX said signifies a "very active selling season."A RE/MAX housing.

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