Too many or too few? The housing supply debate rages on.

Numerous factors have been blamed on Australia’s so-called affordability crisis. Over the past decade or so, the experts have claimed the biggest culprit to be a critical housing shortage in the order of 228,000 homes less than what we need to house the population. Now though, new data suggests that many in the industry have…

Cautious consumers could create a critical housing shortage

When the Reserve Bank started slashing interest rates last year, a lot of industry experts enthusiastically declared that the end of the real estate downturn was nigh. And why wouldn’t they given that in the past, a steady decline in interest rates and the promise of future cuts have aided in stimulating the housing market…

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