Housing View – October 12, 2018

On cross-country:


On the US:

  • Mortgage Lending and Housing Markets – NBER
  • Dark clouds gather over the US housing market – Financial Times
  • 10 years later: How the housing market has changed since the crash – Washington Post
  • The Housing Bust Widened the Wealth Gap. Here’s How. – Zillow
  • Homeless in US: A deepening crisis on the streets of America – BBC
  • Low mortgage rates and securitization: A distinct perspective on the U.S. housing boom – Brunel University of London
  • Housing Sentiment Dips Slightly on Interest Rate Concerns – Fannie Mae
  • 2018 Cost Burden Report: Despite improvements, affordability issues are immense – Apartment List


On other countries:

  • [China] Angry Mobs Show All’s Not Well in China’s Property Sector – Bloomberg
  • [Hong Kong] An Early Warning Sign for the World’s Priciest Homes Is Flashing Sell – Bloomberg
  • [United Kingdom] What determines UK housing equity withdrawal in later life? – Regional Science and Urban Economics


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