The market in Quebec City has been fairly flat for several years, said Dominic St-Pierre, senior director of the Quebec province for the real estate company Royal LePage. While the city has a low unemployment rate, at less than 4 percent, he said, “it doesn’t have the population growth that some other Canadian cities have,” and a large inventory of homes for sale has kept prices from rising.
China has tried just about everything to tame a property market in which home prices sometimes jump around like the value of Bitcoin.
The largest price increases in Germany have historically been in big cities like Berlin, Munich and Hamburg, according to government data. But since 2012, home prices across the country have increased by more than 30 percent, according to an index tracked by the Association of German Pfandbrief Banks. In the third quarter of 2017, the index price for residential property was up 7.8 percent, compared with the same period a year earlier, the report said.
The market had made a steady recovery in recent months after an uncertain election period in the third quarter saw annual growth slip below one percent in September
The uncertainty about the process of independence in Catalonia since 1-O hardly affected the tsunami of investment in the real estate market in Spain. The figure increased by 45% in one year - with special emphasis on retail, hotels, logistics and residential- and even surpasses the data of acquisitions of the past decade, before the real estate crash.
The government will also allow rental housing on rural land to increase rental options, Jiang said
The industry group said actual sales, not seasonally adjusted, rose 4.1 % from December 2016
The desirability among young professionals to live in city centers benefits New York, as does the overall growth of the U.S. economy
Data from government valuer Quotable Value (QV) on Thursday showed its residential property price index rose 6.6 percent year-on-year last month, picking up pace from the 6.4 percent rise in November
The global real estate crisis of 2008 affected the housing market throughout Italy, with prices falling by 20 to 30 percent, and Piedmont followed the national trend, brokers said. But after several years of decreasing prices, Piedmont’s housing market has begun to stabilize in the past 12 to 18 months, said Eli Anne Langen, owner of the brokerage Case in Piemonte. The region’s 2014 designation as a Unesco World Heritage site contributed to that recovery, creating “a noted increase in tourism and investor interest,” Ms. Langen said.
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