House prices remain under pressure

13 May 2019 | Economics

The FNB House Price Index recorded a contraction of 1.0% at the end of March 2019 compared to a contraction of 0.3% over the same period last year.
Overall, the property market remains lacklustre, as the price index continues to hover in a negative territory, says Ruusa Nandago, market research manager at FNB Namibia.
Read the full report tomorrow in Market Watch.

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