City Lights: House price increase marginal across cities

House price increase marginal across cities

CITIES Apr-Jun Jul-Sep

Delhi 172 178

Mumbai 197 198

Pune 200 201

Bengaluru 100 98

Jaipur 78 85

Lucknow 171 175

Ahmedabad 174 180

Kolkata 196 191

Chennai 309 312

Faridabad 217 216

Ludhiana 171 168

NHB RESIDEX, the index that tracks the movement in prices of residential properties on a quarterly basis shows that for the quarter ended September 30, house prices have started to decline in some small towns while increase in major cities is mostly marginal, with the exception of Kochi and Jaipur. The movement in prices of house properties has shown marginally declining trend in eleven cities during the quarter ranging from -0.4 per cent in Faridabad to -4.8 in Surat, and a rise in nine cities ranging from 0.5 per cent in Mumbai to 10.1 per cent in Kochi as compared to the same period a year ago. After Kochi, increase was observed in Jaipur (9 per cent), Delhi (3.8 per cent), Ahmedabad (3 per cent), Bhubaneshwar (2.3 per cent), Lucknow (2.2 per cent), Chennai (0.8 per cent), Pune (0.7 per cent) and Mumbai (0.5 per cent). The Index for Delhi has been expanded to cover Gurgaon, Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad.

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