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This is how much house prices have increased in countries around the world

Birdseye view of houses in Oakworth, West Yorkshire, UK.

Birdseye view of a residential area in the UK, which would have seen rises in house prices recently. Image:  Richard Horne/Unsplash

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House prices rose by more than 5% in 23 countries out of the 60 countries in the IMF's Global House Price Index for 2020.
Changes in House price around the world. Image: Bank for International Settlements and World Economic Outlook
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