The pandemic-related freeze on economic activity during the April to June period left many industries and businesses at standstill.
However, the property market was not badly affected as property seekers continued to express interest via online platforms giving more opportunity and confidence to grow.
Findings from the MPMI, a study that tracks the asking prices of properties in the primary and secondary markets on a quarterly basis saw that overall asking prices held relatively steady in Q2 2020, performing better than anticipated, with a quarterly gain of 0.38% on the index.
Here we explore government-initiatives and its impact on the demand and supply in each key markets across the country.
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