Residential Market stability risk declines (improves) slightly after prior rising trend

Residential Market macro risk declined in the 1s quarter of 2016, according to FNB’s Housing Market Risk Indices, albeit very slightly.

This slight decline is largely due to behavior within the relatively “well-behaved” Household Sector and Housing Market. It is the broader economy, with its major imbalances, that poses more significant risks to the housing market than the housing market’s behavior itself.

Read more here: FNB Property Barometer_Residential_Market _Macro_Stability_Review_June_2016