Housing View – November 24, 2017

On cross-country:

  • A quarter of household expenditure allocated to housing – Eurostat
  • The Problem With Expensive Real Estate – Bloomberg
  • Capacity Building & Disseminating best practices in affordable housing – Housing Europe

On the US:

On other countries:

  • [Australia] Speech on Mortgage Insights From Securitisation Data – Reserve Bank of Australia
  • [Australia] Regional housing supply and demand in Australia – Australian National University
  • [Brazil] Loan-to-value policy and housing finance: effects on constrained borrowers – Bank for International Settlements
  • [Canada] Even Real Estate Developers Can’t Afford Toronto’s Housing Market – Bloomberg
  • [China] China to step up property market regulation to avoid bubble risk – Reuters
  • [Japan] Is Tokyo’s property market reaching its peak? – Financial Times
  • [Romania] Housing privatization in Romania – Economics of Transition
  • [Sweden] Slowdown in Swedish house prices is ‘positive’ for stability – Riksbank – Financial Times
  • [Sweden] Riksbank Governor Tries to Quell Fears of Swedish Housing Slump – Bloomberg
  • [Switzerland] Zurich’s Public Housing Problem: The Tenants Are Too Rich – Citylab
  • [Switzerland] Lessons from Zurich – Inside Housing
  • [United Kingdom] Your regular reminder that stamp duty cuts make nearly no difference to anything – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] 2017 Autumn Statement Response – Cluttons

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