Dutch house prices continued to rise in June with the strongest rise – 8.1% – recorded in Amsterdam.
Nationwide, prices were up 2.6% on a year ago and are now up almost 5% on June 2013 when the bottom of the market was reached.
Nevertheless, house prices are still almost 18% down on their August 2008 peak, the CBS said.
Prices rose in all segments and in all provinces, but the lowest increase – just 0.7% – was recorded in Overijssel. In Utrecht, prices were up 5.3% on a year ago and in The Hague the increase was 4.3%.
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