The US National Association of Realtors reported that in October, growth was recorded in the country's secondary housing market for the first time in six months. Regarding September, when there was a drop of 5.1% in annual terms, the figure increased by 1.4% and amounted to 5 million 220 thousand homes. Experts had not expected such a significant increase. They had predicted an increase of only 0.6%. In October, the average price of a house was $255,400, up by 3.8% over the year. The growth rate continues 80 months in a row. The share of Americans purchasing housing for the first time has decreased to 31% from 32%.
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