Is the Aussie property market ready for a fall? The experts seem to think so. One thing to remember in all this is that the experts have been predicting an Aussie property crash every year now since 2011.
What’s a young person or couple to do, then? Buy into the most inflated asset of all time and hope interest rates stay low enough, long enough for a new generation to come along and keep the Ponzi scheme going? I think Australian society has to come together to start addressing this growing problem.
That’s why the market has put in a strong rally recently. It sees a decent economy and a central bank on hold. It’s the classic goldilocks combination that the market loves. Which is why I think you’ll be seeing new highs in 2018.
Franchisees find land in a prime position, take out a lease and borrow funds for construction. They should be in the real estate business...
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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.
Parker says there's a property market ‘calamity’ coming. And he’s not alone. We had two calls for an Australian economic collapse last week.
Every other month, some investment bank or fund manager comes out and calls the top in housing. Last month it was global investment banking giant UBS. Based on its indicators, UBS believes housing activity has peaked. That we should…
The federal budget needs to strike that fine balance between encouraging more people to pay inflated house prices, whilst ensuring they don’t go crashing the Aussie property market. Why’s that? Glad you asked…