While it’s all good in the short term, China is simply building up long term problems to keep the economy humming along.
Marriage has an effect on men's health, so an economic consequence is no surprise. We’ve seen this other ways, too. A Chinese man must own property to find a wife.
The negative-gearing debate could flare up again after credit figures showed that investor property loans are surging. Owner-occupier statistics are flat.
Money is going in to buy the juiciest of the Greek property assets. There’s plenty up for grabs when a country is bleeding like Greece was.
If you want to know when the Trump rally is over, rather than consult some expert’s opinion, have a look at the S&P 500 or the Dow Jones index.
Markets don’t collapse while everyone's waiting for them to. They only collapse when everyone's fully invested, convinced there are only blue skies ahead.
Not long ago gold was treated as money. Somewhere between baby boomers and gen X, gold stopped being a store of wealth and became an irrelevant investment.
Remember, those who realise those gains in growth, will be those who own real estate. No one understands this more than the new man in the White House.
The question now is this: If interest rates go up, making mortgages pricier, will households be able to service the mounds of debt they’ve taken?
If history is any guide, the ‘High and Mighty’ property headline should be a warning to get your house in order. The curse looks set to strike in Australia.