Monthly Archives: May 2017

While some potential home buyers might be praying for a sudden crash in prices to improve affordability, Saul Eslake says that wouldn’t be desirable. “You wouldn’t want to solve Australia’s housing affordability problem the way the Americans did,” he says. “The best way to solve it would probably be to have an extended period where house prices were flat and incomes grew rapidly. It would be a good thing if we had a gradual deflation of house prices.”

Former Commonwealth Bank chief David Murray has warned of a house price collapse – it has happened before, and back in the 1890s it even led to bank failures. How likely is that in 2017? It was an ominous warning … Continue reading

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The property market is currently in a st

The property market is currently in a state of limbo, particularly those involved in the selling of new property http://ow.ly/99Cd30bR8wK

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Concern for investors in a new property

Concern for investors in a new property as it is likely that any secondary buyer will demand a discount on a resale to take into account that lack of deductible depreciation, which is significantly large on new dwellings. http://ow.ly/wU9z30bR8MQ

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@gillanddebello @ljgrealestate 1.2% per

@gillanddebello @ljgrealestate 1.2% per month over the first quarter to just 0.1% over the month of April. While the result demonstrates a stark slowdown in the pace of capital gains, we need to remember this is just one month of … Continue reading

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#monthly #update #Australian #market #propertymanager #sales #ljgrealestate CoreLogic https://youtu.be/fGW_EwqGnxo via @YouTube

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New housing supply has been concentrated

New housing supply has been concentrated in mid-to-high price segments. Housing in low-priced segments is presumably more affordable, but less than five per cent of building approvals were in the bottom 20 per cent of the house and unit real … Continue reading

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Co-tenancy vs sub-tenancy: the pros and

Co-tenancy vs sub-tenancy: the pros and cons http://ow.ly/mMEj30bLo8O

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