https://www.ft.com/content/54f5f390-19a ... 50b3105d21Since the asset price bubble burst in 1992, house prices have been mired in a slump, only reaching their lowest point 17 years later. In 2018, values were still 39 per cent lower than at their peak in 1991.
“We can look to Japan for some very significant lessons about what the future of real estate might look like,” says Barnes. “The way I see it, Japan is about 30 years ahead of the US, the UK and Europe in terms of financial conditions. They’ve been living with low inflation and low interest rates now for a long while.
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Les îles ne protègent pas des krachs immobiliers, comme HK.
Les stats viennent du livre "Safe as Houses?: A Historical Analysis of Property Prices" par Neil Monnery
https://www.amazon.com/Safe-Houses-Hist ... 1907994017