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Real estate and rental and leasing revenue in United States: Drop in Q1 of 2018

Real estate and rental and leasing revenue dropped by 6.14 percent compared with the previous quarter, revised numbers from U.S. Census Bureau demonstrate. Real estate and rental and leasing revenue decreased from 175 042 thousand US Dollars to 164 296 thousand US Dollars, in comparison to the prior quarter when it increased by 1.75%. The data attained 156 908 thousand US Dollars in Q1 2017, which is a -4.04% fluctuation compared to the 4th quarter 2017 of the same year. Between Q1 2017 and Q1 of the year after, the variable indicates a 4.71 percent variation. The overall changes for the previous 6 years reached a rise of 31.81%. Moreover, the real estate and rental and leasing revenue is now greater than its average which equals 148 420.91 thousand US Dollars with a modest overall raise since the start of time series. It hit its all-time high of 175 042 thousand US Dollars in 4Q 2017 and record low of 119 609 thousand US Dollars in 1Q 2013.

Real estate and rental and leasing revenue in United States: Drop in Q1 of 2018
Date Thousand US Dollars Variation
Q1 2018 164 296.00 -6.14
Q4 2017 175 042.00 1.75
Q3 2017 172 036.00 0.94
Q2 2017 170 428.00 8.62
Q1 2017 156 908.00 -4.04
Q4 2016 163 508.00 0.61
Q3 2016 162 511.00 2.01
Q2 2016 159 316.00 8.21
Q1 2016 147 230.00 -5.39
Q4 2015 155 612.00 -0.33

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