Marissa González is a Senior Economist at BBVA Research Mexico where she specializes in Real State analysis.Marissa collaborated in Sociedad Hipotecaria Federal as Under Director of market analysis and competitiveness where she was responsible of the SHF House Price Index, the annual estimation for housing demand and the calculation of substandard dwellings, among other market indicators.In the private sector, she worked as a consultant for D2D in London, England and in the information and statistics area for Commercial Development for ING Insurance.She has taught stochastics process at Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, ITAM.Marissa has a Master’s Degree in Economics and Econometrics from the University of Nottingham and a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Mathematics from ITAM.
Construction grows 10.5% in the second trimester of 2023, the impulse comes from Civil construction. Mortgage credit shows a contraction of 4.1% on number of mortgages and 8.6% on credit amount. The potential demand for affordable housings amounts to 3.2 million houses.
With growth of only 0.4% in 2022, the recovery of the Construction sector remains distant. The number of mortgage loans granted during 2022 is 8.9% lower than in 2021, while the amount fell 4.9% in real terms. There is a high concentration in mortgages at state level.