Property Barometer – FNB House Price Indices by Size – Smaller Remains Better

Increasingly, in the residential property market, size counts, but it is smaller that is increasingly proving to be better. This has much to do with the sharply rising costs related to homes, along with a more financially constrained Household Sector since the end of last decade’s boom years.

Size counts for many home buyers these days, due to a number of housing-related affordability constraints, so there are no prizes for guessing that “small-sized” houses have shown the strongest house price inflation in recent times, according to the FNB House Price Indices according to size category.

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