Housing View – June 28, 2019

On cross-country:

  • A housing market slump could drive global growth to a decade low, economists warn – MarketWatch
  • Housing markets and macroeconomic risks – OECD
  • Peak property: Building a bubble – Financial Times
  • Recent Developments in the Economics of Housing – EconPapers
  • Cities Are Surprisingly Fragile – Scientific American
  • Residential real estate market cools in the eurozone – ING


On the US:


On other countries:

  • [China] Record Land Sale in Shenzhen Underscores China’s Housing Demand – Bloomberg
  • [Italy] The role of arts in Venice’s property market – Financial Times
  • [New Zealand] Delivering greater well-being in New Zealand: policy steps to increase housing affordability – OECD
  • [Romania] Romania’s housing market cooling – Global Property Guide
  • [South Korea] South Korea’s housing market improving – Global Property Guide
  • [Sweden] Sweden’s house price boom is officially over – Global Property Guide
  • [Ukraine] Ukraine’s housing market remains depressed – Global Property Guide
  • [United Kingdom] Ikea wants to build homes in Britain that cost what the buyer can pay – CNN

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