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Will Australian House Prices Crash? five reasons why it's more complicated than you think!
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Will Australian House Prices Crash? five reasons why it’s more complicated than you think!

In an Oliver’s Insight, Dr. Shane Oliver, chief economist of AMP Capital discusses what we need to consider when it comes to a potential property crash.  A common narrative on the Australian housing market is that it’s in a giant speculative bubble propelled by tax breaks, low interest rates and “liar loans” that have led to massive mortgage…

Property development guide part 10 - Assessing your development's feasibility
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Property development guide part 10 – Assessing your development’s feasibility

In this article, Bryce Yardney, Property Development Specialist at Metropole, talks us through the feasibility of a development project and whether or not to pursue it.  Undertaking a property development requires many months of preparation before you actually get to see your hard labour bare any fruit. As we’ve already covered in previous articles in this series, there’s the groundwork of…

How consumer confidence affects our property markets
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How consumer confidence affects our property markets

How confident do you feel about your job, your financial circumstances and the ability to take on more debt?  Not surprisingly there’s a strong relationship between how people feel about their finances and the financial decisions they make and therefore how our property markets perform. If you feel confident about your financial circumstances and the future…

Sydney: stand by for full employment
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Sydney: stand by for full employment

There has been quite a bit of discussion about Sydney’s building boom of late, very little of it highlighting any positives. Such is life, but here’s the plus side for Sydney’s economy: New South Wales now has more job vacancies than any state has ever had in Australia’s history. Not all of the newly created…

Ask the expert [Video] | Has the average Australian family taken on too much debt?
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Ask the expert [Video] | Has the average Australian family taken on too much debt?

How will you cope when interest rates rise? Because they will…maybe even next year. Watch as Ken Raiss and I discuss this plus the effect the changes in banks lending policies have had on household spending and saving. With the level of household debt taken on by the average Australian rising to unprecedented levels, some…

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