Housing View – June 27, 2017

On macroprudential policy:

On cross-country:

  • Global House Price Index – Q1 2017 – Knight Frank
  • Q1 2017: World’s housing markets poised to slow, though the boom continues strongly in Europe, Canada, and some parts of Asia – Global Property Guide
  • Global developments in residential property prices – Bank for International Settlements
  • Europe’s Next Housing Boom Raises Red Flags in Ex-Communist East – Bloomberg
  • Relevamiento Inmobiliario de América Latina – Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
  • Recent Trends and Developments in European Mortgage Markets – CEPS
  • House prices and monetary policy in the euro area: evidence from structural VARs – European Central Bank
  • A housing policy that could almost pay for itself? Think retrofitting – World Bank

On the US:

On other countries:

  • Is Australia’s property market overheating? – The Economist
  • The lessons from Canada’s attempts to curb its house-price boom – The Economist
  • Czech central bank moves to rein in lending in ‘overvalued’ property market – Financial Times
  • How can we dampen the build-up of housing price bubbles? – Bank of Finland
  • A review of residential mortgage lending in 2016 – Central Bank of Ireland
  • [New Zealand] House prices slow, and will likely keep slowing – CoreLogic
  • South Korea tightens rules on housing to restrain buying frenzy in some cities – Reuters
  • [Spain] Buen desempeño del mercado inmobiliario en 1T17 – BBVA

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