Housing View – February 2, 2018

On cross-country:

  • Friend or Foe? Cross-Border Linkages, Contagious Banking Crises, and “Coordinated” Macroprudential Policies – IMF
  • Quarterly Review of European Mortgage Markets – European Mortgage Federation
  • More Mortgages, More Homes? The Effect of Housing Financialization on Homeownership in Historical Perspective – Sage Journals


On the US:



On other countries:

  • [Canada] Canada’s housing markets remain highly vulnerable overall – Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
  • [Canada] 5 Predictions for Canada’s Housing Market in 2018 – Dundurn
  • [Denmark] Housing Market Analysis for the Capital Region of Denmark: Housing Shortage, Urban Development Potentials, and Strategies – Copenhagen Economics
  • [Ireland] Tight property supply constrains Dublin’s Brexit appeal – Financial Times
  • [Malta] Housing Market in Malta – IMF
  • [Netherlands] Spatial Planning and Segmentation of the Land Market: The Case of the Netherlands – Land Economics
  • [Netherlands] Strong correlation between consumption and house prices in the Netherlands – De Nederlandsche Bank
  • [New Zealand] Housing Quarterly Report – New Zealand Government
  • [United Kingdom] Housing Market Renewal revisited: a defence of place based policy in austere times – Sheffield Hallam University
  • [United Kingdom] Sleep tight: can the ‘tiny homes’ movement redefine holidays? – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] London developers face growing activism over affordable housing – Financial Times
  • [United Arab Emirates] Dubai: Survival of the Fittest – REIDIN
  • [United Arab Emirates] UAE Residential Market Overview – December Results – REIDIN



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