Average new home prices across 70 key cities were steady month-on-month, after a 0.1% drop in May and a 0.2% decline in April, data showed
New home prices in 100 cities rose 0.04%, up from a 0.03% gain in May, according to data from China Index Academy, one of the country's largest independent real estate research firms
Among 70 large and medium-sized cities, 46 saw a year-on-year decrease in prices for new homes, up from 39 in April
Data from 100 cities indicated that overall home prices rose 0.03%, compared with a 0.02% gain in April, according to survey data from China Index Academy
Prices in the world's most unaffordable housing market climbed 0.5% in April from the earlier month, compared with a revised 0.6% fall in March, official data showed.
Average new home prices in 70 major cities fell 0.2% on a month-on-month basis, compared with zero growth in March, according to Reuters calculations
Prices for the construction of new dwellings increased 18% in the March 2022 quarter, the largest increase recorded since the series began in 1985
Average new home prices in China's 70 major cities remained unchanged month-on-month in March, the same as in February, according to Reuters' calculations
From a year earlier, new home prices rose 2.0%, the slowest pace since December 2015, and also easing from the 2.3% growth in January
New home prices in 100 cities grew 0.03% from a month earlier in February, following a 0.01% drop in January, according to data from China Index Academy.
Prices rose as efforts to soften the blow from tough regulatory curbs on the sector supported buyer sentiment, particularly in big cities
New home prices in 100 cities fell 0.02% in December from a month earlier, narrowing from the 0.04% drop in November, according to data from China Index Academy