Housing View – November 23, 2018

On cross-country:


On the US:

  • Why the Housing Market Is Slumping Despite a Booming Economy – New York Times
  • The Renovation Rebalance: How Financial Intermediaries Affect Renter Housing Costs – Harvard University
  • Mortgage Leverage and House Prices – Northwestern University
  • Measuring Housing Insecurity in the American Housing Survey – HUD
  • What explains the homeownership gap between black and white young adults? – Urban Institute
  • Rental Housing Affordability in the Southeast: Data from the Sixth District – Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
  • 81 Percent of Homes in the San Francisco Metro Area Are Worth More Than $1 Million. That’s Not Normal. – Reason
  • LendingTree Reveals the Cities with the Most Foreign-born Homeowners – LendingTree
  • Housing Perspectives: How Many Homeowners May Have Missed the Window to Refinance? – Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies
  • California Fires Only Add to Acute Housing Crisis – New York Times
  • Real Estate Technology: Try, Try Again – New York Times
  • The U.S. Housing Market: Despite a Demographic Push, Proceed With Caution – Pacific Union International
  • Housing can’t both be a good investment and be affordable – City Observatory
  • Redefault Risk in the Aftermath of the Mortgage Crisis: Why Did Modifications Improve More Than Self-Cures? – Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
  • The Homeless Crisis Is Getting Worse in America’s Richest Cities – Bloomberg
  • S. Housing Starts Rise as Apartment Groundbreaking Gains – Bloomberg


On other countries:

  • [Canada] Housing affordability worsens again in Q3 2018 – National Bank of Canada
  • [Canada] Goodbye Vancouver. Canada’s Great Housing Boom Is Shifting North – Bloomberg
  • [China] Qué son las “ciudades fantasma” de China y por qué son una pesadilla para la segunda economía mundial – BBC
  • [United Kingdom] Mortgage payments to swell for first-time buyers – Financial Times


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