Housing View – May 25, 2018

On cross-country:

  • New York property jitters herald declines elsewhere – Financial Times
  • Real Estate Summary – UBS


On the US:

  • Housing Constraints and Spatial Misallocation – Centre for Economic Policy Research
  • Young left out of US boom in housing wealth – Financial Times
  • An uneven housing recovery – Financial Times
  • How I Caused California’s Housing Crisis: Efforts in the 1980s to curb the state’s explosive growth are having unintended consequences three decades later. – Bloomberg
  • California Turns to Homeowners to Help Solve a Crisis – Bloomberg
  • How to Rescue Neighborhoods That Are Down and Out – Bloomberg
  • A Housing Boom, Then a Volcanic Eruption – Wall Street Journal
  • Your Guide to the Fair Housing Act – Trulia
  • A Healthcare Giant Enters the Battle for Cheaper Housing – Citylab
  • Concrete measures: the rise of public housing and changes in young single motherhood in the U.S. – Journal of Population Economics
  • Amazon has been a generous neighbor to a Seattle homeless shelter. Why is its generosity such a pain? – Slate
  • How Do We Proactively Preserve Unsubsidized Affordable Housing? – Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies
  • New York Today: Fixes for a Broken Housing System – New York Times


On other countries:

  • [China] China housing ministry to step up checks on local government efforts to tame prices – Reuters
  • [Finland] Wide regional disparities in Finnish house prices and household indebtedness – Bank of Finland
  • [Finland] The Finnish real estate investment market – Bank of Finland
  • [India] Indian homebuyers now have a new weapon to fight errant real estate developers – Quartz
  • [New Zealand] Left behind: why boomtown New Zealand has a homelessness crisis – Reuters
  • [South Korea] UN housing expert calls for human rights shift in South Korea – United Nations
  • [Spain] The Risk of Job Loss, Household Formation and Housing Demand: Evidence from Differences in Severance Payments – Banco de España
  • [Spain] Real Estate Situation Spain. May 2018 – BBVA Research
  • [Spain] La fuerte subida de precios resucita la creencia de que “alquilar es tirar el dinero” – El Pais
  • [United Kingdom] Rent and its Discontents: A Century of Housing Struggle – University of Glasgow
  • [United Kingdom] London Home Price Declines Seen Continuing for Next Three Years – Bloomberg
  • [United Kingdom] London’s Long Housing Boom Is Over. Is a Bust Coming? – Bloomberg
  • [United Kingdom] Why are London house prices falling? – Office for National Statistics


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