Housing View – April 10, 2020

On cross-country:

  • Housing Markets in a Pandemic: Evidence from Historical Outbreaks – SSRN


On the US:

  • Real Estate Taxes and Home Value: Winners and Losers of TCJA – Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
  • Airbnb’s COVID-19 crisis could be a boon for affordable housing – Fast Company
  • Why U.S. Housing Bubble 2.0 Is About To Burst – Forbes
  • Housing Returns with Mortgage and Price Shocks – American Real Estate Society
  • These Housing Markets Will Be Hit Worst by Coronavirus – Nasdaq
  • These are the U.S. housing markets that are most vulnerable to a coronavirus downturn – Market Watch
  • S. Housing Markets Vulnerable to Coronavirus Impact Clustered in Northeast and Florida – ATTOM
  • ‘Affordable’ housing can cost $1 million per unit in California. Coronavirus could make it worse – Los Angeles Times
  • The Delayed Crisis: The Entire Real Estate Industry Adapts To The Global Pandemic – Forbes


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