Housing View – June 14, 2019

On cross-country:

  • Global House Price Index – Q1 2019 – Knight Frank
  • Literature Review Article: Recent Developments in the Economics of Housing – Elgar Research Reviews in Economics
  • The evolution of prime property pricing across global cities – Knight Frank
  • Recent changes in housing policies and their distributional impact across Europe – EURMOD


On the US:

  • Fix Mortgage Finance, or We’ll Do It for You, Regulator Tells Congress – Wall Street Journal
  • Landmark Deal Reached on Rent Protections for Tenants in N.Y. – New York Times
  • We need more housing. Local governments are standing in the way – Washington Post
  • The Largest Co-Living Building in the World Is Coming to San Jose – Citylab
  • The surprisingly effective pilot program stopping real estate money laundering in the US – Quartz
  • Affordable Housing Is Not an Easy Fix, Lens Says – UCLA
  • Recalibrating Local Politics to Increase the Supply of Housing – Cato Institute
  • Housing Lab helps startups that aim to make housing less expensive – UC Berkely
  • Housing Crunch Sends Bigger Populations to Smaller Towns – The Pew Charitable Trusts


On other countries:

  • [Canada] Canada’s house price boom takes off – Global Property Guide
  • [China] Chinese city tells property developers to cease offering drastic price cuts – Reuters
  • [China] China’s debt disease might wreck its uncrashable housing market – Quartz
  • [Finland] Finland’s housing market remains weak – Global Property Guide
  • [Greece] Greek housing sector rebound gains pace as economy recovers – Reuters
  • [Hong Kong] The Trade War Could Pop Hong Kong’s Property Bubble – Bloomberg
  • [Indonesia] The housing market in Indonesia rarely makes big moves – Global Property Guide
  • [Latvia] Latvia’s house prices are now falling – Global Property Guide
  • [New Zealand] New Zealand’s house prices rising strongly again – Global Property Guide
  • [Thailand] Thailand’s modest house price rises – Global Property Guide
  • [Spain] Recent housing market developments in Spain – Banco de España
  • [Spain] The Spanish housing market: is it fundamentally broken? – IDEAS

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Labels: Global Housing Watch


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