Over the past five years, A-REITs have been a great investments for Aussies.But could that five-year run soon come to an end?
China announced plans for massive global infrastructure projects - The ‘One Belt, One Road' project will revive ancient networks of the silk trade routes.
Franchisees find land in a prime position, take out a lease and borrow funds for construction. They should be in the real estate business...
The implications for real estate, banks and the US economy will be huge in coming years. So I’m not so sure that the US is on the cusp of a recession.
Here's another reason I don’t fear a major bust right now. Busts follow booms, and the IPO market tells you there is no boom to speak of.
Folks love to read about the rich and famous. An entire industry has been supported by their stories. Magazines and TV shows would not be the same without them.
I have no doubt that when Aussie property prices crash, it will be a specular fall. But right now, I can’t see that happening for a few more years yet.
We hear so much, about how high Aussie property prices are. That Australia hasn't had a recession in two decades and one is due.
Population growth has a strong effect on a country’s economy. The impact of increased birth rates is gradual. The impact from migration is almost immediate.
The property mid-cycle slowdown is due soon. A lot of ‘tall’ buildings will open up in 2019. And other things that are the biggest, longest or tallest.