Prices of new homes in 70 cities in China rose 0.5 percent in April on a monthly basis, compared to 0.4 percent in March, according to data released by the National Statistics Bureau on Wednesday.
On an annualized basis, house prices in China grew by 4.7% in April, from 4.9% in March.
Data showed that 58 cities witnessed a rise in house prices last month, compared with 55 in March.
China's Dandong City, which borders North Korea, was the most expensive in April.
Investors rushed to the city's property market after the historic inter-Korean summit last month improved relations between North Korea and the rest of the world.
By 11:00 am (GMT), the yuan was steady against the dollar at 6.3765 yuan.
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