Friday, June 27, 2014
“Housing prices have increased substantially in recent years. House prices have nearly doubled in real terms over the last decade and are 20 percent above the peak in 1996, driven mainly by prices in the capital and two other cities. (…) Mortgages have increased more recently but credit risks appear to be largely under control,” according to a new IMF report on Colombia.
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