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Initial reaction: (1) APRA – Why is no-one asking APRA when it may intervene? (2) There is a clear risk (say 20% or more) of not just of weakening, but of Recession including significant rise in unemployment. Suggest you should … Continue reading

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The central bank has announced its November monetary policy

The central bank has announced its monetary policy decision for the month of November. The Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) monetary policy board has held the official cash rate at 0.75 per cent, in line with market expectations. Analysts are … Continue reading

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Loganlea Open for inspection

Just letting you know that there is an Open Home Saturday 8th June #2019 at 12.30 to 1pm and The Team at @ljgrealestate hope to see you there 🙂 #buy #makeanoffer #property #sales #management 4 Yovan法院, LOGANLEA QLD 4131 – … Continue reading

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How savvy investors can cash in on suburban zoning changes

The greatest argument in city planning is about density. Most state governments want to contain city growth within the existing urban footprint. The alternative is urban sprawl, which is impractical and costly, because there’s no infrastructure in greenfield areas. To … Continue reading

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DO AGENTS HAVE A DUTY TO DISCLOSE A PROPERTY’S UNSAVOURY PAST?

In 2016 Rebecca Grace purchased a single-storey four-bedroom house in Sydney for $660,000. However, after purchasing the property she was informed by her mother that the former owner was the serial killer Ivan Milat. Milat also known as the ‘backpacker … Continue reading

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While a mid-50% clearance rate doesn’t suggest housing prices are set to bounce back, it does imply a closer fit between buyer and seller expectations and the improved auction success rate supports the reduced rate of decline in housing values across Sydney and Melbourne. Watch “Brisbane Housing Market Update | May 2019” on Vimeo:

The rate of property price decline continues to ease-Overall we are seeing further evidence that the worst of the housing market conditions might now be behind us. Hear all the national and state based insights here. In this month’s housing … Continue reading

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Dwelling values across Australia continued their downward trajectory in April, falling by half a percent over the month to be down -7.2% over the past twelve months and -7.9% lower since peaking in September 2017.

Although housing values are broadly trending lower, the rate of decline has been easing since moving through a monthly low point in December last year when national dwelling values fell -1.1%. According to CoreLogic head of research Tim Lawless, “The … Continue reading

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