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CREDAI – Colliers - Liases Foras| Housing Price-Tracker Report Q3 2022

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During Q3 2022, overall housing prices in India increased 6% YoY

 

Housing prices continue to head northwards, witness 6% rise in Q3 2022 amidst demand surge during festive season: CREDAI – Colliers - Liases Foras| Housing Price-Tracker Report 2022 

  • During Q3 2022, overall housing prices in India increased 6% YoY
  • Delhi-NCR continues to witness highest price appreciation, at 14% YoY
  • Overall unsold inventory increased 3% YoY 
  • Bengaluru witnessed a steepest decline in unsold inventory, at 14% YoY


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