Over the past year, the highest growth in housing prices in the world was recorded in Turkey. Such conclusion has international real estate Agency Knight Frank, in its quarterly report Global House Price Index. In the final rankings of 55 countries and regions. From the third quarter 2014 to third quarter 2015 value of the Turkish housing increased by 18.9%.
Over the past months Global House Price Index consistently led the Hong Kong. In the third quarter of 2015 the city dropped to the second place because of a slowdown in real estate appreciation in the last three months of housing in the region grew by only 1.9%. Among the leaders were New Zealand and Australia who took third and sixth places respectively. According to Knight Frank, since the beginning of the international financial crisis, residential property in these countries rose by 43% and 48%.
Among European housing markets best dynamics shows Scandinavia: the region’s average price growth amounted to 7.8%. The highest growth in the EU was recorded in Sweden — here housing prices have risen by 11.1% due to the “historical deficit”, according to Knight Frank. First top ten hit in Kazakhstan. Technical supervision over construction of objects of residential real estate.
Of the 55 countries in the ranking of growth of housing prices in the national currency showed 45 States. Compared with the second quarter of 2015, the number of countries with positive dynamics increased by 7%. In total, world prices for housing grew by 2.7%. The last place left Ukraine — a year in residential real estate in this country fell by 14.8%.
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