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Cyprus property prices on the rise

Cyprus property prices are continuing to rise, according to the thirty-first publication of the RICS Cyprus Property Price Index with apartment and house prices maintaining a steady growth.

How much have property prices changed?

The RICS (Cyprus) Property Price Index for the first quarter of 2017 reported that prices for residential properties rose, but how much have prices changed in your area since the index was introduced?

Property prices rising says Central Bank

Cyprus property prices rose by 0.3 per cent over the fourth quarter of 2016 but fell 0.9 per cent over the year according to the Residential Property Price Index published by the Cyprus Central Bank.

Cyprus property prices up Q3 2016

The RICS Cyprus Property Prices Index for Q3 2016 reports increases in almost all districts and property types, with largest increase in apartment and house prices recorded for Limassol and Paphos respectively.

Falling home prices

The Cyprus Central Bank has reported that home prices continued to fall during the second quarter of 2016 by an average of 0.6 per cent for houses and 0.2 per cent for apartments.

Central Bank hopeful on property prices

The Cyprus Central Bank considers that improvements in the local economy and financial conditions will have a positive effect on residential property prices according to its latest Residential Property Price Index.

Price falls at very low levels

The Cyprus Central Bank’s Residential Property Price Index for quarter 3 2015 reports that the decline in the general housing price index (houses and apartments) fell by 0.3 per cent over the quarter.

Property prices falling more slowly

The latest residential property price index published by the Cyprus Central Bank reports that house prices are falling more slowly and the CB expects them to stabilise around 2006 levels.

Home prices fell in first quarter

Home prices in Cyprus fell by an average of 1 per cent during the first quarter of 2015 compared to the previous quarter according the latest issue of the Cyprus Central Bank’s Residential Property Price Index.

Property price falls slow

Property prices across Cyprus have recorded the smallest quarterly fall in the last five quarters (since March 2013) according to the Cyprus Central Bank Property Price Index for the second quarter of 2014.

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