Housing View – January 19, 2018

On cross-country:

  • Comparative Analysis of Newly-Built Housing Quality in Poland and Lithuania – De Gruyter


On the US:


On other countries:

  • [China] Housing market sentiment and intervention effectiveness: Evidence from China – Emerging Markets Review
  • [China] Is there a housing bubble in China? – Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou
  • [China] China’s Hot Housing Market Begins to Cool – Wall Street Journal
  • [Czech Republic] Who actually decides? Parental influence on the housing tenure choice of their children – The Czech Academy of Sciences
  • [Iceland] Discrimination in the Housing Market as an Impediment to European Labour Force Integration: The Case of Iceland – Lund University
  • [India] India’s property slowdown puts developers in crosshairs – Financial Times
  • [Italy] Matching and Credit Conditions: Evidence from the Italian Housing Market Survey – Luiss Lab of European Economics
  • [Singapore] Curb Your Enthusiasm for Singapore Property – Bloomberg
  • [United Kingdom] Why Britain’s buy-to-let boom is over – Economist
  • [United Kingdom] Housing in London: Addressing the Supply Crisis – London School of Economics
  • [United Kingdom] What will happen to house prices in 2018? – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] Divorce, Separation, and Housing Changes: A Multiprocess Analysis of Longitudinal Data from England and Wales – Demography



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