Capital Mind Housing Index: Indian Property Prices Grew Just 3.7% in JFM 2014, Many Cities Go Negative

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Capital Mind’s All India Housing Index, based on the NHB Residex, shows an anaemic 3.7% growth over the earlier year. While prices continue to tick upward, we see the growth slowing and actually turning negative in a number of cities.


While overall trends seem to be slowing everywhere, the Metros show a better annual growth than they did in the last quarter.



We have seen prices actually fall, year on year, in many cities.

  • Jaipur worst at -9.8%
    • Kochi at -4.5%
    • Bangalore, Delhi and Patna also in negative territory

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