“A period of low, strike-affected, economic growth late in 2012 may have caused some slowing in house price growth through the summer months. But some normalization of growth, and apparent strengthening in residential demand in the 1st quarter of this year, is perhaps beginning to be reflected in this renewed rise in year-on-year house price growth.”

John Loos, FNB household and property sector strategist (Property Barometer: FNB house price index – April 2013)

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