World's Housing Market Set to Slow

Home prices are likely to ease as central-bank stimulus comes to an end

The boom in global house prices after quantitative easing lowered interest rates looks set to be coming to an end. While just six of 55 property markets saw declines in the 12 months through June, that is likely to change as central banks worldwide step away from economic stimulus, according to Knight Frank LLP. A slowdown in growth is already evident in Europe, the broker said.

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