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Fast Comment Norway — Norges Bank’s lending survey: higher lending rates, but unchanged demand

  1. Household credit demand mostly unchanged; as expected
  2. Credit standards for households mostly unchanged as well
  3. Our expectations for the housing market remain unchanged; modest rise in 2019

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — Preview: Housing prices in December, stable but slightly negative?

  1. We have seen a gradual stabilisation of housing prices in 2018
  2. Figures from Svensk Mäklarstatistik indicate a slight decline
  3. We stick to our analysis of stable prices this year, see further details in our macro comment

Helena Bornevall, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — Through the volatility, housing prices have levelled out (S.A)

  1. Housing prices rise 0.7 percent in December after falling 0.6 percent in November
  2. Housing prices have generally stabilised since June
  3. Oslo a little weaker than the national average, but the deviation is not large

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Norway — What to expect for the housing market in 2019

  1. Housing prices due this Friday; we expect fairly unchanged prices in S.A terms
  2. Some near-term downside risks are present, but outlook for 2019 is moderately positive, in our view
  3. Supported by a stronger labour market; LFS unemployment expected slightly down this week

Marius Gonsholt Hov, Senior Economist |

Fast Comment Sweden — Housing prices in November: in line with expectations

  1. Small decrease in the monthly figure, but stable trend
  2. Similar trend for houses and tenant-owned apartments
  3. We expect a gradual stabilisation on the housing market

Helena Bornevall, Senior Economist |

Macro Comment Sweden — As safe as houses?

We expect upward price pressure from strong employment and income conditions to counterbalance increased supply and rising borrowing costs, resulting in a stable price trend ahead. Housing starts are likely to continue falling next year, but we think it will stabilise thereafter, given the housing shortage and strong household finances. The high number of projects up for completion in 2019 could pose risks to prices and bring further pain to smaller developers, especially given limited scope to change regional focus or switch to rental accommodation. However, the relatively low importance of smaller developers to the wider economy should mean that any fallout is contained, in our view.

Helena Bornevall, Senior Economist |