Would like to make a comparison between the two markets, in particular during the global financial crisis.


The Economist aggregates data from financial lenders around the world. This article is their most recent analysis, but they also have a data site where you can play around and view house-price data over time.

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    Be careful with national comparisons. Many areas of the United States have barely been hit by the bubble, because there wasn't one in those areas. – duffbeer703 Sep 10 '10 at 12:25
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    Yip, which is why the US has two indexes. The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) which is largely considered bunk, and the Case-Shiller index, which is considered significantly more accurate. – Turukawa Sep 10 '10 at 12:39

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