Journal of Housing Economics

(The TQCC of Journal of Housing Economics is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
The role of parental financial assistance in the transition to homeownership by young adults29
Homeownership and wealth accumulation for low-income households26
Time is money: How landbanking constrains housing supply25
How effective is macroprudential policy? Evidence from lending restriction measures in EU countries24
Spatial distributions of job accessibility, housing rents, and poverty: The case of Nairobi18
Housing wealth, fertility intentions and fertility18
Elite school designation and housing prices-quasi-experimental evidence from Beijing, China✰18
Agglomeration, housing affordability, and new firm formation: The role of subway network17
House price index based on online listing information: The case of China17
Does the room sharing business model disrupt housing markets? Empirical evidence of Airbnb in Taiwan16
Migration shocks and housing: Short-run impact of the Syrian refugee crisis in Jordan12
Stuck at home: Housing demand during the COVID-19 pandemic11
Housing and household consumption: An investigation of the wealth and collateral effects11
Heterogeneity in households’ expectations of housing prices – evidence from micro data10
Cohort insights into recovery of Millennial homeownership after the Great Recession9
How does ethnic discrimination on the housing market differ across neighborhoods and real estate agencies?9
Is Housing the Business Cycle? A Multiresolution Analysis for OECD Countries9
Debt, inequality and house prices: Explaining the dynamics of household borrowing prior to the great recession9
The accuracy of self-reported dwelling valuation9
Housing demand and household saving rates in china: Evidence from a housing reform9
The effect of combat exposure on veteran homelessness8
Expectations and the housing boom and bust. An open economy view7
Momentum and Reversion to Fundamentals: Are They Captured by Subjective Expectations of House Prices?7
Web-scraping housing prices in real-time: The Covid-19 crisis in the UK7
When education policy and housing policy interact: Can they correct for the externalities?7
Homeownership, mobility, and unemployment: Evidence from housing privatization7
Religiosity and discrimination against same-sex couples: The case of Portugal's rental market6
The local employment effect of house prices: Evidence from U.S. States6
Is the behavior of sellers with expected gains and losses relevant to cycles in house prices?6
The illusion of a hedonic price function: Nonparametric interpretable segmentation for hedonic inference6
Early effects of COVID-19 pandemic-related state policies on housing market activity in the United States6
Negative home equity reduces household mobility: Evidence from administrative data6
Quantifying Return Spillovers in Global Real Estate Markets5
Homophobia and the home search: Rental market discrimination against same-sex couples in rural and urban housing markets5
Intercity impacts of work-from-home with both remote and non-remote workers5
Job loss risk, expected mobility, and home ownership5
Home equity conversion mortgages: The secondary market investor experience5
Housing rent rigidity under downward pressure: Unit-level longitudinal evidence from Tokyo5
Destination homeownership and labor force participation: Evidence from rural-to-urban migrants in China5
Housing price appreciation and economic integration in a transition economy: Evidence from Kazakhstan5
Sexual orientation and homeownership in Canada4
Developers’ perspectives on timing to build: Evidence from microdata of land acquisition and development4
Nevertheless, they persist: Cross-country differences in homeownership behavior4
Voluntary, forced, and induced renter mobility: The influence of state policies4
Foreign buyer taxes and house prices in Canada: A tale of two cities4
Pitfalls in the cointegration analysis of housing prices with the macroeconomy: Evidence from OECD countries4
The Impact of Federal Housing Policy on Housing Demand and Homeownership: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment4
Migration choices of the boomerang generation: Does returning home dampen labor market adjustment?4
Banking deregulation and homeownership4
Unexpected housing wealth appreciation and stock market participation4
Childhood Housing Tenure and Young Adult Educational Outcomes: Evidence from Sibling Comparisons in Norway4
Not in my neighborhood: the effects of single-family rentals on home values4
The intergenerational impact of house prices on education: evidence from China4
Land value estimation using teardowns4