South Korea house prices climb for second month in August
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SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s housing market climbed for a second straight month in August, data showed on Friday, with prices rising across the country. The nationwide house transaction price index rose 0.16% in August, after snapping a 13-month downtrend in July with a 0.03% increase, according to Korea Real Estate Board. It was the biggest percentage gain since December 2021. House prices rose 0.29% in the capital, Seoul, and 0.30% in the greater capital area in August; both rose 0.15% in...

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