Housing View – March 22, 2019

On cross-country:

  • The Total Risk Premium Puzzle – NBER
  • Book review: Order without Design: How Markets Shape Cities by Alain Bertaud – New Geography
  • New driveway? Home improvements lead AI to hidden gentrification – Reuters
  • Inclusionary Housing Policies in Gothenburg, Sweden, and Stuttgart, Germany: The importance of Norms and Institutions – Nordic Journal of Surveying and Real Estate Research
  • We don’t have enough to buy a house. How can we invest with similar returns to real estate? – Globe and Mail


On the US:


On other countries:

  • [Australia] Property, Debt and Financial Stability – Reserve Bank of Australia
  • [Australia] Australia’s falling home prices not yet a threat to banks: RBA – Reuters
  • [Australia] Australian Housing Slide Deepens as RBA Worries About Consumers – Bloomberg
  • [Australia] Australia’s Housing Slump Isn’t Fazing Mortgage Bond Investors – Bloomberg
  • [Australia] How Do Crime Rates Affect Property Prices? – Infrastructure Victoria
  • [Australia] Foreign investment in Australian residential properties: House prices and growth of housing construction sector – University of Technology, Melbourne
  • [Canada] The Age of Leverage – Bank of Canada
  • [Canada] Previous housing data understated amount of non-resident buyers in Vancouver and Toronto – Globe and Mail
  • [Canada] Trudeau Targets Home-Buying Millennials With Equity Plan – Bloomberg
  • [Canada] Not in my neighbour’s back yard? Laneway homes and neighbours’ property values – University of British Columbia
  • [China] Housing Policy and Economic Growth in China – Reserve Bank of Australia
  • [China] Deeper Cracks in China’s Housing Foundations – Wall Street Journal
  • [China] China new house prices pick up pace in February – Financial Times
  • [Czech Republic] Czech apartment price rise continues – ING
  • [Iceland] Iceland’s house prices rises decelerating rapidly – Global Property Guide
  • [India] As property prices rise, more Indian women claim inheritance – Reuters
  • [Ireland] Irish house prices cool further as wider inflation remains muted – Reuters
  • [Italy] Renaissance Venice had its own “Airbnb problem”—and a solution … – Quartz
  • [Japan] Japan’s Regional Land Prices Rise for First Time Since Property Bubble Burst in ’90s – Bloomberg
  • [Malaysia] Housing prices in peninsular Malaysia: supported by income, foreign inflow or speculation? – Tunku Abdul Rahman University College
  • [Mexico] Mexico’s housing market is strengthening – Global Property Guide
  • [Netherlands] Amsterdam Is Trying to Crack Down on Its Rentals Market – Bloomberg
  • [Slovak Republic] Slovak Republic’s house price rises continue – Global Property Guide
  • [Switzerland] World’s Lowest Interest Rate Brews Trouble for Swiss Property – Bloomberg
  • [United Kingdom] Revealed: the fastest ‘double your money’ years for UK property – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] Properties, prices and pesky Instagrammers – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] Elephant and Castle shifts from social housing to ‘build to rent’ – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] How does the land supply system affect the business of UK speculative housebuilding? – UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence
  • [Venezuela] Crisis en Venezuela: la tentadora oferta de viviendas de lujo a precio de saldo (y qué tiene que ver el “efecto Guaidó”) – BBC

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