Residential buildings in Shanghai, China, where property price growth has slowed down due to various regulatory measures. Photo: Reuters
Residential buildings in Shanghai, China, where property price growth has slowed down due to various regulatory measures. Photo: Reuters

US home prices grew 3.5 times faster than China in second quarter as Evergrande crisis weighs on sentiment: Knight Frank

  • Home prices in the US jumped 19.6 per cent in the second quarter compared to 5.6 per cent in China, according to a Knight Frank report
  • Halifax in Canada recorded the highest increase in prices of 30.8 per cent

Topic |   Evergrande crisis
Residential buildings in Shanghai, China, where property price growth has slowed down due to various regulatory measures. Photo: Reuters
Residential buildings in Shanghai, China, where property price growth has slowed down due to various regulatory measures. Photo: Reuters
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