Housing: where to now?

What would you rather have right now?

An approved 150 unit inner city development site?

Or an approved 150 lot greenfield land subdivision anywhere within the urban footprint?apartment

The answer says much about future challenges for housing development in Australia.

The rapid deceleration of the apartment market in Australia should come as no surprise.

The speculative frenzy which saw investors commit to off the plan purchases in such volumes drove an unprecedented wave of apartment development in Australia’s capital cities.

More than 80% of most of these projects were sold to investors, not owner occupiers.

Many of those domestic investors – driven by FOMO – were leveraged often at 90% or more of the purchase price.

Plus there were foreign buyers lining up and in no short supply.

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Ross Elliott

About

Ross Elliott has spent close to 30 years in real estate and property roles, including as a State Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of the Property Council of Australia, as well a national executive director of the Residential Development Council. He has authored and edited a large number of research and policy papers and spoken at numerous conferences and industry events. Visit www.rosselliott.com.au


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