New homes sales bounced back in Australia in November 2016, latest data shows

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New homes sales in Australia bounced back towards the end of last year after a two year low in October 2016, the latest data shows. Annual sales increased by 6.1% in November but over the quarter they fell by 0.7% although this was only 0.2% below the same three month period in 2015, according to […] The post New homes sales bounced back in Australia in November 2016, latest data shows appeared first on PropertyWire . Taylor Scott International

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