Housing View – September 21, 2018

On cross-country:

  • Q2 2018: Global house price boom – strong house price rises continue in Europe and parts of Asia – Global Property Guide
  • Eurozone housing market cycle is maturing – ING
  • Disillusion mounts in Europe’s housing market – ING


On the US:


On other countries:

  • [Brazil] Brazil’s house prices still falling, but outlook positive – Global Property Guide
  • [China] China’s Weakest Housing Markets Flash Red in Cautionary Tale – Bloomberg
  • [China] One of China’s Wildest Housing Markets Is Broken – Bloomberg
  • [China] How China’s plan to develop rental housing backfired – Reuters
  • [Chile] Chile’s house prices continue to rise modestly, despite the imposition of 19% VAT on property sales – Global Property Guide
  • [Ireland] Ireland sets up land agency as anger grows at housing shortage – Reuters
  • [Ireland] Dublin’s Housing Crisis Reaches a Boiling Point – CityLab
  • [Malta] Malta house price growth outstrips Hong Kong to take top ranking – Financial Times
  • [New Zealand] New Zealand’s house prices are rising again – Global Property Guide
  • [South Korea] Korea imposes tougher taxes on properties to curb price surge – Reuters
  • [Ukraine] Ukraine’s house price falls accelerating – Global Property Guide
  • [United Kingdom] Is UK property still a good investment? – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] K. House Prices at Risk From Brexit – Bloomberg


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