Housing View – January 11, 2019

On the US:

  • Housing finance issues to watch in 2019 – Urban Institute
  • Experts weigh in on housing reform at House hearing – Housing Wire
  • The Price of Residential Land for Counties, ZIP codes, and Census Tracts in the United States – Federal Housing Finance Agency
  • Leaving Households Behind: Institutional Investors and the U.S. Housing Recovery – Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
  • Real-estate agents say government shutdown is impacting the housing market – MarketWatch
  • Chinese buyers expand their reach in the US housing market as the middle class gets in on the act – CNBC
  • What actions can policymakers take to avert the brewing national housing crisis? – Washington Post
  • 2018 Roundup: Our Most Popular Blogs of the Year – Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies
  • Appraising Home Purchase Appraisals – Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
  • California Housing Development Is A ‘Disaster Waiting To Happen’ – NPR
  • Is Housing the Business Cycle, 2019? – Econbrowser
  • Elizabeth Warren’s Housing Crisis Plan Hints at Reparations – Citylab
  • Substance Use Disorder Treatment Centers and Property Values – NBER
  • Affordable homes or investment assets? – Washington Post
  • The American Dream Isn’t for Black Millennials – New York Times
  • Rich Cities Created the Housing Shortage – Wall Street Journal
  • Housing Confidence Down as More Americans Believe It’s a Bad Time to Buy a Home – Fannie Mae
  • It’s a Wonderful Loan: A Short History of Building and Loan Associations – Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
  • See How Landlords Pack Section 8 Renters Into Poorer Neighborhoods – Citylab
  • As Fewer Young Adults Wed, Married Couples’ Wealth Surpasses Others’ – Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
  • America’s Housing Crisis Could Imperil Trump’s Presidency – Citylab
  • Survey: First Home Nightmares – Porch
  • US housing market uncertainty prompts Lennar to scrap guidance – Financial Times

On other countries:

  • [Australia] Australia’s house price slide prompts worries about economy – Financial Times
  • [Canada] What happened when Vancouver residents built new homes in their backyards – Financial Times
  • [China] China house price gains no longer a certainty: central bank adviser – Reuters
  • [China] Empty Homes and Protests: China’s Property Market Strains the World – New York Times
  • [China] China warns cities to cut reliance on property, developers’ shares fall – Reuters
  • [Netherlands] Amsterdam Houses Head for Record Prices – Bloomberg
  • [New Zealand] New Zealand’s house prices are rising again – Global Property Guide
  • [Slovak Republic] Slovak Republic’s house price rises slowing – Global Property Guide
  • [United Kingdom] Cheer up, millennials! It will become easier to buy a house – Economist


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