House Prices in Estonia

“The housing market is recovering from a very sharp decline during the crisis, but prices and household leverage are well below their peak levels,” says the new IMF economic report on Estonia. The report also says that “the housing market peaked in 2007 before house prices lost roughly half of their value by 2009. Prices have risen since then, but they are roughly midway between the peak and the trough. Loan-to-value ratios on new loans have fallen from roughly 100 percent of the purchase price before the crisis to roughly 60 percent since 2010.”

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Labels: Global Housing Watch


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