17 January 2019
Brussels, 17January 2019 – For immediate release
The European Mortgage Federation (EMF) is delighted to announce the publication of its Quarterly Review of European Mortgage Markets for the third quarter (Q3) of 2018.
Produced in cooperation with the Federation’s national experts, the Quarterly Review provides the latest short-term developments in mortgage and housing markets across the EU.
The publication highlights expert analytical commentary together with data tables and charts on the following key indicators:
Key highlights for Q3 2018 Quarterly Review
A new structure:
The evolution of the market in the third quarter of 2018 was characterised by:
Luca Bertalot, EMF-ECBC Secretary General, commented:
“European Mortgage Markets continued the positive momentum of 2018 during the third quarter of the year, which was characterised by overall stability coupled with modest growth in gross lending and mortgage loans outstanding, all against a backdrop of largely unchanged interest rates. Across the countries in our sample, regional divergences continue to be observed in housing markets despite the fact that most countries are experiencing similar frictions between supply and demand.”
The full Quarterly Review – Q3 2018 and the archive of previous editions (back to Q3 1998) are available on the EMF website.