Housing Finance Markets in Transition Economies: Trends and Challenges
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2005 - Capital market - 313 pages
Housing finance markets in Central and Eastern European countries are typically small in scale and under-developed, though it is generally recognized that fostering housing finance markets contributes to economic development and brings social benefits to the public. This book presents a comparative study on housing finance markets in the Central and Eastern European countries. It is based on an OECD market survey conducted in 2004 and on selected country data prepared for the OECD workshop on housing finance in transition economies held in December 2004. It reports on the progress and challenges in housing finance markets in Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Romania, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia and Ukraine.--Publisher's description.
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A COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF HOUSING FINANCE MARKETS
Housing Finance Markets
Regulation and Housing Policy
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amount average borrowers budget buildings commercial banks companies contract savings cost covered bonds Croatia Croatian National Bank Czech Republic demand deposits dwellings Estonia European flats funding government subsidy Group growth guarantee housing construction housing finance market housing loans housing market housing policy housing savings banks housing stock Hungary income increase inflation institutions interest rate investment investors issuance issues Kazakhstan land Latvia lenders lending Lithuania long-term macroeconomic million Ministry mortgage bonds mortgage covered bonds mortgage insurance mortgage loans municipalities n/a n/a n/a National Bank OECD ownership payment Poland population privatisation purchase ratio real estate region registered regulations rent rental housing residential risk Romania savings schemes secondary market secondary mortgage market securitisation share Slovak Republic Slovenia social soft loans Source structure study countries target Total Number transition economies Ukraine unemployment