Month: July 2021

Australian’s love affair with investing in Residential Property proven to be far more contagious than Covid-19.

Regulators have not yet started to roll out a vaccine for Australia’s other pandemic – the highly infectious love of Australian property which has caused the most dynamic and fastest growing market in over two decades. The NIA team have done the numbers and in fact have proven that Australian’s love affair with residential property …

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Is the Australian Homeownership Dream Now Out Of Reach?

New research this week has suggested that professional property valuers believe that Australian property prices will continue to soar despite home ownership being out of reach to many already. I purchased my first property for $86,000 in my early 20s when interest rates were just below 20%. Little did I know that that decision would …

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2021 July Olympics to fuel Brisbane housing boom

Brisbane house prices could more than double by the time the 2032 Olympic Games roll around, taking median home values above $1.4 million, an economist predicts. PRD chief economist Diaswati Mardiasmo said this growth rate would be consistent with the market’s past performance during the G20 summit in 2014 in Brisbane, when dwelling prices surged …

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Quarterly Economic Update April – June 2021

Employment surprise JobKeeper was a cornerstone of Australia’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. It provided millions of Australians with an ongoing income and kept thousands of businesses afloat, so when it came to an end in March expectations were that there would be a sharp spike in unemployment. One estimate was that 150,000 workers would …

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