The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index rose seven points to 37 this month after a record plunge in April.
While the February data suggested a continued stabilisation in the market in the first two months of the year, Ireland introduced a series of restrictions in March to contain the virus, including a stay-home order, in place until May 5.
House prices in Canada have fallen by 10% due to the COVID-19 induced lockdown, data from the Canadian Real Estate Association shows.
The average home price in Canada is $488,203, 10% lower than the $539,724 recorded in February.
As they gradually reopen, US shopping malls are requiring masks and implementing social distancing policies in hopes of convincing customers that they can shop safely in the coronavirus era.
In and around the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana, real estate professionals are ready to get their market growing again.
The highest rises were in Navarra region at 25%, Andalucia at 12.9% and Valencia at 12.2%, with the capital Madrid seeing only a 4% increase and the Catalonia region, including Barcelona, 6%.
In the popular surf town of San Juan del Sur, the global pandemic is smothering market gains forged after Nicaragua’s political turmoil of 2018.
This week’s properties include a four-bedroom in Irvington, N.Y., and a six-bedroom in Monroe, Conn.
Canada’s smallest province remains one of its most affordable, despite a shortage of inventory exacerbated by the pandemic.
The measures include allowing developers to extend the completion time for projects and a relaxation of a rule that penalises some firms for not building and selling homes in a timely fashion.
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