Housing Market in Greece

From IMF’s latest report on Greece:

“There are nascent signs of emerging systemic vulnerabilities. Residential real estate prices have rebounded by almost 25 percent since 2018, accompanied by a significant increase in price-to-rent and income ratios. Commercial real estate prices have also rebounded, albeit to a weaker extent. Household credit expansion has surpassed disposable income growth, with demand for mortgage and corporate loans expected to mirror the recent rise in new lending to households and corporates, although after a period of pronounced private sector deleveraging (…). Model-based analyses suggest positive private sector credit gaps for Greece. A further acceleration of credit growth is anticipated from NGEU loans being channeled through the banking system.”

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