Housing View – January 7, 2022

On cross-country:

  • How long can the global housing boom last? Three fundamental forces mean it could endure for some time yet – The Economist

On the US:   

  • ‘There may be a slight correction in pricing.’ Real estate attorneys and economists on what buyers need to know about the housing market in 2022 – Market Watch
  • Home Values in Already Hot U.S. Market to Surge 14% This Year, Zillow Says. Tampa and Jacksonville in Florida and Raleigh in North Carolina are projected to be most in-demand. – Bloomberg
  • Why Tampa will be 2022’s Hottest Market – Zillow
  • Real estate market in 2022 will ‘remain very strong,’ expert says – Yahoo Finance
  • AEI housing market indicators, December 2021 – American Enterprise Institute 
  • Home Ownership More Affordable Than Renting in Majority of U.S. Housing Markets – ATTOM
  • What’s Going on With Housing Prices? A Deep Dive into the Discrepancy Between Home Price Indexes, Private Sector Rental Data, and Official CPI Rent Indexes – Apricitas

On China

  • China Property Tax Trial Likely Delayed During Real Estate Slump – Bloomberg

On other countries:  

  • [Australia] As stimulus wanes, focus on productivity and house prices – Financial Review
  • [Australia] Australia Housing Boom Fades as Melbourne, Sydney Pull Back – Bloomberg
  • [Australia] Australia’s housing market faces headwinds as supply likely to outpace demand, analysts say – South China Morning Post
  • [Ireland] The impact of COVID-19 on house prices in Northern Ireland: price persistence, yet divergent? – Journal of Property Research
  • [New Zealand] New Zealand Average Home Price Exceeds NZ$1 Million for First Time – Bloomberg
  • [Taiwan] Taiwan Central Bank Split on Using Rates to Rein in Housing Market – Bloomberg   

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