Housing View – January 25, 2019

On cross-country:


On the US:

  • Microsoft’s Leap Into Housing Illuminates Government’s Retreat – New York Times
  • Microsoft’s $500 million plan to fix Seattle’s housing problem, explained – VOX
  • Dynamism Diminished: The Role of Housing Markets and Credit Conditions – NBER
  • Fears of housing downturn may have been overblown – CNN
  • US housing: Hopes for a turnaround? – ING
  • The Housing Blues Won’t Be Over Soon – Wall Street Journal
  • BofA Says Don’t Believe the Hype on a Housing Collapse – Bloomberg
  • Housing Inventory Tracking – Calculated Risk
  • Shiller: Trump is a ‘psychological boost’ to the housing market – Yahoo Finance


On other countries:

  • [Czech Republic] Czech: Property price growth still outstrips EU average – ING
  • [Egypt] Egypt’s house prices falling sharply again – Global Property Guide
  • [Netherlands] Record House Prices, Jobs Growth Not Enough to Keep Dutch Happy – Bloomberg
  • [Singapore] Singapore’s house price rises accelerating – Global Property Guide
  • [Spain] Spanish Existing-Home Prices Jump 7.8% in 2018, Most in a Decade – Bloomberg
  • [Switzerland] Slowdown inevitable for house prices in Switzerland – Global Property Guide
  • [United Arab Emirates] UAE’s property prices fall further – Global Property Guide
  • [United Kingdom] Are UK house prices heading for a post-Brexit meltdown? – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] Whatever happens, Brexit is bad news for young house buyers – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] Housing market outlook worst ‘for 20 years’ – BBC
  • [United Kingdom] Smaller companies deliver better returns than property – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] Tata Steel announces vision to combat growing housing crisis – Tata Steel
  • [United Kingdom] ‘Brexit discount’ on London property fails to tempt US buyers – Financial Times


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