Housing View – January 10, 2020

On cross-country:


On the US:

  • Dominating Firms Can Depress House Prices as Well as Wages – Wall Street Journal
  • Experts predict what the 2020 housing market will bring – Washington Post
  • Trump Administration Plans Roll Back of Low-Income Housing Rules – Wall Street Journal
  • Our cities don’t have enough affordable housing. Changing this policy will help – CNN
  • New Trump Administration Regulations Say That Affordable Housing Is Fair Housing – Reason
  • AEI Housing Market Indicators release on September 2019 data – American Enterprise Institute
  • Pricey California Targeted in New Effort for Housing Density – Bloomberg
  • Home Purchase Sentiment Index Caps Off Strong 2019 Near Its Survey High – Fannie Mae
  • How Wealthy Towns Keep People With Housing Vouchers Out – ProPublica
  • Opinion: Unintended consequences: How ‘green’ regulations exacerbate the housing crisis – Market Watch
  • As Trump Ditches a Fair Housing Rule, New York City Doubles Down – Citylab
  • California Governor Pushes $1.4 Billion Plan To Tackle Homelessness – NPR
  • Why The Most Favorable Markets for Tech Expansion Aren’t Where You Might Think – Zillow

On other countries:

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Labels: Global Housing Watch


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