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New home prices in China fell in August at the fastest pace since November 2021 as the property sector suffered from weak demand, mortgage sanctions, and tighter COVID-19 restrictions.
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) released Friday that new home prices fell 0.3% in August from the previous month of July.
New home prices fell 1.3% in August from a year earlier. This is the fastest rate since August 2015, when they had risen by 0.9% in July.
The real estate sector has been hit with mortgage sanctions as homebuyers withhold payments on stalled projects.