Housing View – May 10, 2019

On cross-country:


On the US:

  • House Prices at Risk – Money & Banking
  • How About Leaving Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Alone? – Bloomberg
  • Cost, crowding, or commuting? Housing stress on the middle class – Brookings Institute
  • Housing trade-offs: Affordability not the only stressor for the middle class – Brookings Institute
  • Since 2008, Only High-Income People Have Seen Their Housing Costs Drop – Citylab
  • [Your city] has a housing crisis. The answer is [more/less] [building/money/regulation] – Brookings Institute
  • Following the Money in Residential Real Estate – New York Times
  • Does Gentrification Displace Poor Children? New Evidence from New York City Medicaid Data – NBER
  • Racial Segregation in Housing Markets and the Erosion of Black Wealth – NBER
  • Housing market and bank lending effects on young firms and local economies – VoxEU
  • Consumers Temper Optimism on Housing Despite Improved Mortgage Rate Expectations – Fannie Mae
  • Fulfilling the Dream of Homeownership: How Do Families and Others Play a Role? – Freddie Mac
  • New Taxes and Higher Density Aren’t Fixing Vancouver’s Housing Problem – Citylab


On other countries:

  • [Canada] Stephen S Poloz: Risk sharing, flexibility and the future of mortgages – Bank of Canada
  • [Canada] Canada’s Housing Will Return to Growth, Central Bank Governor Says – Wall Street Journal
  • [Canada] Risks Are Receding in Canada’s Housing Market, Agency Says – Bloomberg
  • [Hong Kong] What do we know about Housing Supply? The case of Hong Kong – City University of Hong Kong

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Labels: Global Housing Watch


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