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Australian Home Prices Fell in Final 3 Months of 2017

Australian home prices fell in the final three months of 2017, the first such decline in almost two years, as the nation’s biggest market Sydney continued to cool.

Values nationally declined 0.3 percent in three months to Dec. 31, the first such drop since the period ending April 2016, according to CoreLogic Inc. data released Tuesday. Prices in Sydney dropped 2.1 percent in the quarter, dragging the city’s annual growth rate to 3.1 percent from 17.1 percent just seven months ago.

“Sydney’s housing market has become the most significant drag on the headline growth figures,” said Tim Lawless, CoreLogic’s head of research.

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