The French housing market: what would be the impact of macroprudential measures?
Remy Lecat () and
Rue de la Banque, 2016, issue 26
This issue of Rue de la Banque assesses the impact on real estate prices, construction and housing loans of macroprudential measures leading to a rise in housing loan rates, a decline in the debt service-to-income ratio (instalments over income) or a limitation of the original maturity of loans. These three types of measures have a significant impact on housing loan developments and, to a lesser extent, house prices due to the effect of loan variations on the housing stock.
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