Problems in global housing markets

In the past year, I have increasingly turned away from the US housing market to stress the difficulties now besetting other global housing markets. The US market is one of the four housing markets in the world's largest economies to have crashed in the 2000s, along with the Irish, Spanish and British housing markets. The problems there are known. But there have been large house price appreciations (and some declines) elsewhere in places like the Netherlands, Denmark, Australia, Canada, France, F...

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