Global construction of new housing is forecast to increase 1.6% annually through 2023, with expansions driven by increasing urban populations, stronger consumer finances and access to financing, rising employment levels, and implementation of new policies intended to increase the supply of subsidized housing.
This report analyzes the global housing market at the regional and country level in terms of housing stock and new housing units, examining trends in pricing, government regulation, and financing. Data for housing stock and new housing are provided in unit terms.
Housing types include:
Regions and countries covered in this study include:
North America (US, Mexico, Canada)
Central & South America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela)
Western Europe (France, Germany, the UK, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Ireland, Portugal, Greece)
Eastern Europe (Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovenia)
Asia/Pacific (China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Vietnam, Pakistan, South Korea, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Australia, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, New Zealand)
Africa/Mideast (Nigeria, Egypt, Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Iraq, the United Arab Emirates, Israel)
Scope of the Report
This Freedonia industry study analyzes the global market for new housing. It presents historical data (2008, 2013, and 2018) and forecasts (2023 and 2028) for new housing units and housing stock by type (single-family and multifamily), as well as 58 countries and 6 regions.