House Prices

House prices fluctuate over time. For more detailed articles referring to specific economies:

- Affordability of housing in the United Kingdom: House prices in the UK

- Real estate pricing: House prices in the United States

Other articles related to "house prices, house, houses, house price, prices":

Kirstie Allsopp - House Prices
... property TV presenters) of fuelling irresponsible house purchases that led to the housing crash ...
Economic Stimulus Act Of 2008 - Rationale
... by lenders to issue so-called jumbo mortgages for the purchase of houses that exceeded the FHA and GSE limits ... The United States housing bubble had pushed house prices above those limits in many areas of the country ... As interest rates rose for jumbo mortgages, fewer buyers could afford them, and house prices were being forced down toward the limits for conforming mortgages ...
Australian Property Bubble - Surveys and Popular Commentary
... The Economist (21 Oct 2010) found that Australian house prices were overvalued by 63.2%, stating that "Our analysis of 'fair value' in housing, which is based on comparing the current ratio of house ... month." The Australian newspaper reported in May 2010 that house prices had "soared 20 per cent in the 12 months to March" The Head of Financial Stability at the ... The survey was based on a correlation of median house price divided by gross annual median household income ...
Gwynedd Council - Second Home Controversy
... was commenting on a report underscoring the dilemma of rocketing house prices outstripping what locals could pay, with the report warning that '...traditional Welsh communities could die out..." as a consequence ... Many buyers were drawn to Wales from England because of relatively low house prices in Wales as compared to house prices in England ... The rise in home prices outpaced the average earnings in Wales and meant that many local people could not afford to purchase their first home ...

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