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Very cool interactive guide to the world’s housing markets from the Economist.

Their global house-price index lets you see Prices in real terms, versus average income, or against rents.

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2 Responses to “Economist Interactive Global House Price Index”

  1. dcf55 says:

    Funny how the Community Reinvestment Act led to housing bubbles in Italy and Spain and Ireland and Portugal and Britain and on and on and on…clearly without the CRA there would have been no crisis.

  2. emaij says:

    Amazing tool. Would be great to get an unbiased narrative of how policy and practice in each country has dictated those varying outcomes.