FAST FIVE: Visualizing The World's Biggest Real Estate Bubbles In 2021
Reading the Signs Bubbles are hard to distinguish in real-time as investors must judge whether a market's pricing accurately reflects what will happen in the future.
Germany's financial hub has seen real home prices rise by 10% per year on average since 2016-the highest rate of all cities evaluated.
Despite civil unrest and unease over new policies, Hong Kong still has the second highest score in this index.
Meanwhile, Dubai is listed as “undervalued” and is the only city in the index with a negative score.
Overall, prices have been trending upward almost everywhere.