Labour’s populist NIMBYism gets the housing crisis wrong – CapX

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The briefing to incoming Housing Minister phil twyford shows clearly that a crisis in housing developed under National’s watch. Labour plans to stop overseas purchases of residential properties written By: mickysavage – Date published: 9:41 am, November 1st, 2017 – 192 comments

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Print edition | Britain. But the view that the Conservatives should urge the building of more houses is at last filtering throughout the party. The alternative, according to the Daily Telegraph, the unofficial journal of NIMBYism, is "Marxist social engineering".

Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn acknowledges delegates on day four of the Labour Party conference at the Arena and Convention Centre on September 26, 2018 in Liverpool, England. Leon Neal / Getty Our new issue, on the housing crisis and capitalism, is out now.

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 · The housing crisis’ is basically a housing affordability crisis. It manifests itself in the form of extraordinary housing prices and rents after three decades of nearly uninterrupted price increases. A much larger part of our income is now being spent on housing than in past decades.

The EU’s policymakers like to obsess about government debt, but the 2008 crisis was caused by something they ignore: private debt. Credit of as much as 40 percent of GDP per year fueled Spain’s housing bubble, for example, and drove private debt to 260 percent of GDP, more than four times the Maastricht Treaty limit on government debt.

Slowing house price growth is sign of a cooling economy, warns Nationwide Business Outlook Edition Highlights – Help Centre –  · A slowing global economy and a pick up in the pace of house price losses have trimmed Australian growth below trend. And that’s where it will stay in 2019 and into 2020. With house prices falling fast, consumers have become more conservative. And there’ll be fewer new homes being built – especially apartments.