Learn about how countries throughout the world treat sold home data, the differences across countries, and how it impacts the real estate market thanks to this infographic.
The infographic showcases sold home data stats from United States, UK, Australia and New Zealand.
In 2011, the UK government allowed all housing data to be published as a part of their initiative to increase economic growth and allow for more data transparency.
In 2010, all councils throughout New Zealand came to the agreement to provide data for all sold properties since the amalgamation of the idea in 2010.
In 2008, the U.S. Department of Justice settled with the National Association or Realtors allowing all real estate data to be shared online for consumers.
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