Ø Ranchi, Bhubaneshwar, Coimbatore, Nashik and Kanpur lead the house price growth; recording gains of 16%, 14%, 13%, 13% and 12% respectively
Pune, June 13, 2018: Knight Frank, the independent global property consultancy, launched the Global House Price Index for Q1 2018. The index tracks the movement in mainstream residential prices on a national basis across 57 markets using data from official sources such as Central Banks and National Statistics Offices. The index allows investors and developers to compare the performance of mainstream residential markets around the world. Compiled on a quarterly basis using official government statistics or central bank data the index’s overall performance is weighted by the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) on a Purchasing Power Parity basis and the latest quarter’s data is provisional pending the release of all the countries’ results.
Results for Q1 2018:
(Q4 2016-Q4 2017)
Dr. Samantak Das, Chief Economist and National Director – Research, Knight Frank India, said, “The housing market of the country represents a mixed bag as per our Global House Price Index Q1 2018 findings. While the major metros continue to languish in the price growth dimension, it is the tier 2 & 3 cities like Ranchi, Bhubaneshwar, Coimbatore, Nashik and Kanpur which are leading the price gains in 2017. The movement of ‘Housing for All’ that now finds public and private participation alike has gathered steam in the smaller towns of the country. To endure this momentum in the near future we hope there is a sustainable recovery in housing demand.”
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