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The week that was in property
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The week that was in property

The Reserve Bank (RBA) released the minutes of their Monetary Policy meeting for April 2017 earlier this week. At the meeting the RBA decided to keep official interest rates on hold at 1.5%. The minutes included a lot of discussion about households and housing, the highlights of which are below: Household consumption is weaker than…

Chinese Buyers Remain Undaunted When Purchasing Australian Property
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Chinese Buyers Remain Undaunted When Purchasing Australian Property

Despite the regulatory restrictions, and the banks’ new curbs on lending to foreign property investors, a new survey suggests Chinese buyers remain undaunted when it comes to purchasing property in Australia.  When asked to name the aspect of the buying process they considered to be the most difficult, only 25% of respondents to Juwai.com’s March…

The Economic State of our States | ANZ Stateometer
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The Economic State of our States | ANZ Stateometer

The ANZ Stateometer, which measures economic performance across the states and territories, continues to highlight the uneven economic growth across the country. Economic activity across most of Australia continued to trend higher over the year to February, according to the ANZ Stateometer. While economic growth overall continued to remain below trend, several states contributed to…

How's Life? - What the OECD says about Australia
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How’s Life? – What the OECD says about Australia

A better life A couple of weeks back the OECD poked a stick at us. Again.  You know the drill – high/growing debt; limited housing affordability; exposed banking sector; poor governance; slowing productivity, little wage growth; growing inequality, complacency and expectancy. Well, to misquote Dylan, “We don’t need a weatherman to tell us which way…

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