Housing View – September 7, 2018

On cross-country:


On the US:

  • The story of a house: how private equity swooped in after the subprime crisis – Financial Times
  • Measuring Gentrification: Using Yelp Data to Quantify Neighborhood Change – NBER
  • Liquidity vs. Wealth in Household Debt Obligations: Evidence from Housing Policy in the Great Recession – NBER
  • Lessons from the financial crisis: The central importance of a sustainable, affordable and inclusive housing market – Brookings
  • Three ways to strengthen the affordable rental housing supply – Urban Institute


On other countries:

  • [Australia] Australia’s property boom ends as credit squeeze begins – Financial Times
  • [Brazil] Can Housing Be Affordable Without Being Efficient? – World Resources Institute
  • [China] China struggles to heed Xi’s call to develop rental housing – Financial Times
  • [China] Housing Affordability in Urban China: A Comprehensive Overview – SSRN
  • [Hong Kong] Hong Kong’s hot property sector show signs of cooling – Financial Times
  • [Hong Kong] Hong Kong’s Runaway Property Market May Be Heading for a Fall – Bloomberg
  • [Netherlands] Netherlands’ housing market remains strong – Global Property Guide
  • [United Kingdom] History Dependence in the Housing Market – Centre for Economic Performance
  • [United Kingdom] London housing: the bearish Brexit take – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] Can house prices teach us anything about schools? – BBC


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