A Top Developer’s Recipe for Controlling China’s Housing Prices
Sales still haven’t returned — and, some economists speculate, might not return — to their pre-recession levels. But five years after the financial crisis, it appears that housing is finding visit site sturdier footing . Prices, however, have a long way to go. Listing-service data for the same five Northeast Ohio counties show that average sale prices are down 16.4 percent from their from 2005 peak. Though some homes have recovered any lost value, and others are seeing record prices thanks to bidding wars and fast-moving buyers, the regional trend is slow and sometimes steady growth.
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