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Mumbai home prices defy all-India fall, post highest sequential rise in Q4

Mumbai’s actual property prices appear to be proof against the financial slowdown. When most Indian cities confirmed a decline in prices as on the finish of March, Mumbai’s actual property prices confirmed the highest sequential rise, based on Housing Price Index (HPI) of the Reserve Bank of India.

The HPI is constructed taking knowledge from housing registration authorities in ten main cities — Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Jaipur, Kanpur, Kochi, Kolkata, Lucknow and Mumbai.

While all-India HPI contracted by 0.2 per cent on 1 / 4 on quarter foundation, largely resulting from decline in the home prices in Delhi, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad and Jaipur; Mumbai recorded the highest sequential rise. However, Mumbai had witnessed a drop in the third quarter over the second quarter of the earlier fiscal (FY20).

On a year-on-year foundation, nonetheless, the all-India HPI elevated by 3.9 per cent in the fourth quarter from 3.Zero per cent in the earlier quarter and three.6 per cent a 12 months in the past.

“It diverse broadly throughout cities and ranged from 22.6 per cent (in Jaipur) to (-)13.eight per cent (in Kochi),” the central financial institution stated.

Note: *Chennai index relies on each residential and business properties; All India index is a weighted common of metropolis indices, weights based mostly on inhabitants proportion; **(P) Provisional indexes which will probably be finalized by subsequent quarter. Source: RBI

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