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Rapid growth in Iceland’s property sector makes analysts fear for another crash looming
Wednesday, 30 May 2012
Iceland’s crisis-management policies are creating the island’s next
property bubble less than four years after its banking meltdown threw
the economy into its worst recession.
Prices for new homes touched a record last quarter, having surged 40.1
percent since the final three months of 2010, according to estimates by
the National Registry of Iceland in Reykjavik. Average house prices
have risen 11.3 percent since the market bottomed at the end of 2009,
according to central bank data at the end of the first quarter.
Details from Bloomberg news (External sources)
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