The number of countries experiencing rapid house price growth of >5% – which sets economists’ alarm bells ringing in the wake of 2005-8’s bubbling – has roughly doubled over the last four years, but the International Monetary Fund stands by its “tentative” position that there’s no global property bubble at the moment.
Global House Price Index ‘nearly back to its peak’ – IMF
Property price growth is "more stable and perhaps sustainable" than during 2005-8's bubble, says the the International Monetary Fund
June 29, 2017
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