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Q3 2018: World’s housing markets poised to slow, but strong house price rises continue in Europe and parts of Asia
Q2 2018: Global house price boom - strong house price rises continue in Europe and parts of Asia
Q1 2018: Strong house price rises continue in Europe, US and parts of Asia
Strong house price rises continue in Europe, US, Canada and parts of Asia. The Middle East is weak.
Q3 2017: Continued strong house price rises in Europe, Canada and parts of Asia, but globally housing markets are slowing sharply
Q2 2017: Europe’s boom continues, but sharp slowdown in the Middle East, Latin America, New Zealand and some parts of Asia
Q1 2017: World's housing markets poised to slow, though the boom continues strongly in Europe, Canada, and some parts of Asia
Q3 2016: World’s housing markets seem poised to slow, though the boom continues vigorously in most of Europe, China, and Canada
Q2 2016: Global house price boom accelerates (again!) led by strong growth in China, Europe and North America, but sharp falls in Hong Kong, Russia, Brazil, Egypt, and Mongolia
Q1 2016: Global house price boom continues, led by Europe and North America, but sharp slowdown in Asia, Middle East, and NZ
Review of the world's housing markets in 2015: Europe and North America in full-scale boom; Asia, Middle East slowed sharply
Q3 2015: Global house price boom accelerates further, led by Europe, North America, and some parts of Asia-Pacific
Q2 2014: Global house price boom continues, led by Middle East, Europe, and the Pacific
Q2 2015: Global house price boom continues, and includes Europe, North America, and Asia
Q1 2015: global property markets: Europe's boom continues, but sharp slowdown in Asia, US, Dubai and Brazil
Q4 2014: The global property markets: slowdown in Asia, US, Dubai and the Pacific, but Europe's boom accelerates
Q3 2014: Global house price rises accelerate, led by Europe and the Middle East, but momentum is now weak in US and Asia.
Q1 2014: Global house price boom continues
Q4 2013: World's housing markets in headlong boom, led by U.S. and Asia-Pacific
Q2 2013: global house price boom accelerating further, led by Asia-Pacific
Q1 2013: Global housing markets now in full-scale boom
Global housing markets stronger in 2012
World housing markets Q3 2012: Europe in the eye of the storm
No letup in global housing market downturn, aggravating European crisis
Global house price downturn accelerates: Q1 2012
Global housing market downturn gathering pace
Global housing markets struggling
Global housing markets under pressure, says Global Property Guide
Global housing markets take a turn for the worse
The world’s housing market recovery has stalled - house price survey for the year 2010
Global house prices - half the world up, half the world down
Turkey Europe’s most attractive residential property market
Global house prices – booming in Asia, a mixed bag in Europe and the US
Global Property Guide: Mid-2010 Property Markets Forecast
World’s housing markets improve strongly
World's housing markets are mostly recovering, but the situation is patchy
World's housing markets recovering unevenly Q3, 2009
Signs of recovery in the world's housing markets
China’s residential property market is unlikely to recover soon
2008 in review: the downturn accelerated at year-end
Most expensive real estate markets in 2009
High yields on residential property in Chile
The world's 2008 housing markets in review and some forecasts for 2009
World property market slide worsens
The end of the global house price boom
London and Monaco are Europe’s most expensive cities for residential property buyers.Property in the Baltics has become expensive.
Most expensive cities in 2008
The Global Property Guide – relaunched!
2007: The world’s housing markets in review - and some forecasts for 2008
Housing Transaction Costs in the OECD
Swiss, US rental taxes highest in OECD
Global housing boom shifts focus
Asia Pacific leads house price boom
House prices tumble in Latvia – The end of the Baltics house price boom.
Asia property: A decade after the crisis
Mumbai’s sky-high apartment prices
The Global Property Guide downgrades Moscow
Restrictive rental markets in the Caribbean
Very high transaction costs in Europe
Asia’s mortgage market is set to take off
Philippines: High Yields on Metro Manila Condominiums
A mixed year for Asian residential property in 2006
Warning: Baltic residential property high valued; Lithuania overvalued.
Global house prices continued to rise rapidly in 2006, but at a slower pace than in 2005. Northern Europe leads the house price boom.
High housing costs in Asia
Rise of the Left: The Fall of Real Estate?
Asian residential property buyers beware!
House prices surge across Europe and China, and there's vibrant growth in Canada, New Zealand and parts of North Asia
Q3 2013: World housing markets’ strongest performance since the boom years of 2006/7