7 days ago • Posted by Martin Boujol

House prices are overvalued by 10% in richest nations

According to Oxford Economics, house prices are overvalued by about 10% after a decade-long boom, one of the strongest since 1900. The Netherlands, Canada, Sweden, Germany and France are deemed to be the riskiest property markets looking at their long-term trends and price-to-rent ratios. Values increased by around 43% in these advanced economies. Source: Oxford Economics, Bloomberg

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House prices are overvalued by 10% in richest nations
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