Housing View – March 13, 2020

On cross-country:

  • Europe’s great house price boom continues, but sharp slowdown in North America, the Middle East and most of Asia-Pacific – Global Property Guide
  • World’s priciest homes: How Australian house prices compare to the rest of the world – RealEstate


On the US:

  • Urbanization and its Discontents – NBER
  • The housing affordability crisis is a reality: Lawmakers need to act, but responsibly – The Hill
  • Real Estate and the Wealth of a Nation – American Institute for Economic Research
  • Housing Finance At A Glance: A Monthly Chartbook, February 2020 – Urban Institute
  • However You Measure It, Parents of White College Graduates Are about 10 Times Wealthier Than Their Black Counterparts – Urban Institute
  • The Termination of LIBOR An Update on Implications for the Mortgage Market – Urban Institute
  • Institutional Investors Brought Higher Home Prices and Lower Vacancies to the Housing Recovery – Urban Institute
  • Five Facts about Our Housing Supply Explain High Rents and Home Prices – Urban Institute
  • Is housing a better investment than education? – Quartz
  • Plunging Mortgage Rates Might Not End U.S. Housing Doldrums – Wall Street Journal
  • Coronavirus Looms Over Crucial Spring Season for Housing Market – Wall Street Journal


On other countries:

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Labels: Global Housing Watch


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