Free Property Recommendations Reports
After almost three years of house price rises, Luxembourg’s housing market has weakened.
Denmark’s housing market remains sluggish, and the economy is struggling.
Belize’s real estate market saw significant improvement in 2012, after slow sales in 2010 and 2011 as a continued reaction to the financial situation in the US.
Italy’s house price index fell by 4.64% in 2012, according to Eurostat (-6.94% after inflation). This follows almost four years of house price falls.
The property market in Barbados is surprisingly stable. True, average residential prices haven’t yet recovered the 15% to 25% loss they incurred since 2008.
Belgium’s housing market is now weakening, mainly due to stricter banking criteria and worsening economy.
Hungary’s housing market is still depressed, after four years of house price falls.
The world's housing markets are strengthening, according to the latest survey of global house price trends released by the Global Property Guide.
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