Sunday, January 14, 2007

Global house price inflation slowing

The global property boom is slowing but will a bust follow?

Global house prices continued to rise rapidly in 2006, but at a slower pace than in 2005. Northern Europe leads the house price boom. Northern European countries saw the highest house price rises in 2006, among the 40 countries monitored by the Global Property Guide (which maintains the world's single biggest collection of house price indices). Leading the charge was Estonia with an impressive 54% house price increase in 2006. This followed average dwelling price rises of 57% in 2005, and 25% in 2004.

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