The 1989-92 Credit Crunch for Real Estate: A Retrospective
This study surveys a broad range of information to establish the degree to which real estate lending and construction activity decreased in the 1989-92 period owing to a "credit crunch." It reviews the conditions that led up to the contraction in mortgage lending and construction and then documents the extent to which the evidence is consistent with a credit crunch in lending for residential and nonresidential construction, permanent financing of income properties, and residential mortgage lending. Also, this study weighs the relative importance of the credit crunch and other factors that contributed to the falloff in real estate lending and contrasts the recent period with earlier credit crunch episodes. Copyright American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association.
Volume (Year): 22 (1994)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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