Housing View – July 6, 2018

On cross-country:

  • Global cities record weakest [house] price growth since 2015 – Knight Frank
  • Top employers are helping with city housing – Raconteur
  • Airbnb’s newest weapon against regulation: The Real Estate Industry – Wired

On the US:

  • Are Affordability Perceptions Reducing Household Mobility and Exacerbating the Housing Shortage? – Fannie Mae
  • Why does cost of living vary so much? Housing, housing, housing – Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
  • Why is it so difficult to live where you work? Housing costs and homeownership in economic centers – Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
  • What Will It Cost to Fix New York’s Public Housing? – New York Times
  • San Francisco Is So Expensive, You Can Make Six Figures and Still Be ‘Low Income’ – New York Times

On other countries:

  • [Australia] The Outlook for the Housing Market – Reserve Bank of Australia
  • [Canada] Pricey Vancouver Housing Market Weakens With Buyers on Sidelines – Bloomberg
  • [Germany] Berlin Aims to Cut Its Residential Real-Estate Boom Down to Size – Wall Street Journal
  • [Hong Kong] Don’t Expect Hong Kong’s Vacant-Home Tax to Cool Prices – Bloomberg
  • [Ireland] Irish lenders told to raise capital buffers – Financial Times
  • [Singapore] Singapore Property Curbs Are a Mallet, Not a Hammer – Bloomberg
  • [Spain] Housing In Spain: An Unbalanced Market, But Not A Bubble – The Corner
  • [United Kingdom] Policy Exchange: housing speech – UK.Gov
  • [United Kingdom] UK housing market stuck in doldrums as prices stagnate – Financial Times


Photo by Aliis Sinisalu

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