Yes, its over! Property prices to fall… Roger Montgomery May 16, 2016 | Comments (66) If you still aren’t heeding our warnings about property prices the data we are about to share should strike fear into the heart of anyone who has just purchased a property or is geared to the limit in property havi...
The comment about the rising debt servicing costs running away from rents is a sign that the whole thing is going to crash. Investors will panic and start off-loading properties while others will try and pull out of construction projects.
<strong>Monday 2 May 2016</strong> On the eve of the Federal Budget, <em>Four Corners </em>reports on the white hot issues of housing affordability and negative gearing and the generation left wondering if they will ever own their own home.
Millions of dollars worth of development is in limbo following a change to the Foreign Investment Review Board’s rules for international purchases of Australian property. This has thrown developers' plans into disarray.
As the Spring selling season progresses we are seeing a rise in the number of newly listed properties being added to the market, however, we aren’t seeing a commensurate lift in transactions resulting in a rise in the months of housing supply.