Housing View – April 3, 2020

On cross-country:


On the US:

  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Housing – NBER
  • Learning about the Neighborhood – NBER
  • The Gender Gap in Housing Returns – NBER
  • Home Affordability Improves for Average U.S. Wage Earners to Best Level in Over Two Years – ATTOM
  • Congress Addresses Housing Crunch Amid Coronavirus Pandemic – New York Times
  • Will the Coronavirus Kill Airbnb? – Intelligencer
  • Coronavirus makes it harder on renters and builders, but there is hope – The Seattle Times
  • What The $2 Trillion Stimulus Package Means For Housing – Forbes
  • The Washington area housing market in 2019: It was on strong footing but uncertainty lies ahead – Washington Post
  • Pandemic Will Worsen Housing Affordability for Service, Retail, and Transportation Workers – Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies
  • COVID-19 and Financially Vulnerable Homeowners: National Trends and Voices from Brockton, Massachusetts – Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies
  • How to Head Off a Coronavirus Housing Crisis – Citylab
  • Nobody Knows What Will Happen When the Rent Comes Due on April 1 – Bloomberg
  • How the coronavirus will change closings, home prices and what’s on the market – Washington Post
  • Zillow Market Pulse: March 30, 2020 – Zillow
  • Lumber Markets Hint at Housing Slowdown – Wall Street Journal
  • Opinion: This hard truth about the mortgage markets isn’t being told – MarketWatch
  • These housing markets are in danger of a coronavirus-related recession – MarketWatch
  • America’s housing market is showing the first signs of trouble because of the coronavirus pandemic – MarketWatch
  • Another Way Cities Can Protect Homeowners: End Tax Sales – MarketWatch


On other countries:  

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