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Stocksak: China’s new home prices fall 0.2% in September

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BEIJING (Stocksak), – China’s September home prices dropped because its property sector is battling a mortgage boycott and a heightened debt crisis. COVID restrictions have also weighed on the economy.

According to Stocksak calculations that were based upon Monday’s National Bureau of Statistics data, September saw a 0.2% drop in new home prices compared to August’s 0.3%.

September’s new home prices declined 1.5% year-on–year, compared to August’s 1.3% decline.

China has introduced a number of policies to revive its troubled sector, including lowering mortgage rates for some buyers and refunding income tax for some homeowners.

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