Housing View – February 1, 2019

On cross-country:

  • Global Home Price Growth under Pressure – Fitch Ratings
  • House Prices to Fall in Several APAC Markets in 2019 – Fitch Ratings


On the US:


On other countries:

  • [China] Chinese Exiting U.S. Real Estate as Beijing Directs Money Back to Shore Up Economy – Wall Street Journal
  • [India] Too slow for the urban march: Litigations and real estate market in Mumbai, India – Brookings
  • [Lebanon] Lebanese Central Bank to Reinstate Subsidized Housing Loans – Bloomberg
  • [New Zealand] New Zealand Vowed 100,000 New Homes to Ease Crunch. So Far It Has Built 47. – New York Times
  • [Singapore] Singapore Is Seeing an Unprecedented Mortgage Slowdown – Bloomberg
  • [United Kingdom] What goes up must come down: modelling the mortgage cycle – Bank of England
  • [United Kingdom] London property transactions drop to decade low – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] Call for rethink on UK planning rules for housing  – Financial Times


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