Housing Bubbles: Where Are the Risks?

Residential property prices have risen in a number of advanced economies before and after the global financial crisis, leaving them overvalued and vulnerable

Australia is seeing a correction, but recession or substantive policy tightening in 6 countries could be enough to trigger a 20%-plus shakeout in house prices and severe adverse economic effects.

In this webinar we highlight the risks across the 6 countries (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and the UK). Additionally, we look at adverse feedback loops that could be triggered if residential property bubbles burst.