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The global housing boom in historical perspective

Our estimates suggest that house prices in advanced economies may be around 10% overvalued versus long-term trends, albeit with considerable variation between economies. This boom, while not as pronounced as the one that preceded the global financial crisis, is still one of the biggest since 1900.

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