• Australian Property Prices

    House prices in Australia have become so unaffordable that many young families simply cannot buy into the market. Wealthy Australians have become a nation of property “investors” thanks to a series of government policies that allow and encourage it. The lower and middle class have either been burdened with massive debt, or they are stuck renting for the rest of their lives. In the 1970s, the average house price was about twice the average annual income. If we used today’s figures as a guide, the average home should only cost about $140000 to $150000. But in reality, the average Australian house price is much higher. Homes in Brisbane have a median cost of $478000; Perth $515000; Melbourne $595000; and finally Sydney comes in at a whopping $776000. Bubble, Bubble By many definitions of t...

    published: 13 Jun 2017
  • Money Talks: Australia’s house bubble

    The dream of home ownership is fast becoming a nightmare in Australia. Property prices in major cities like Sydney and Melbourne are rising fast, putting them out of reach for many. And economists warn the real estate bubble is about to burst. Mobin Nasir reports. We spoke to economist Saul Eslake and Professor Timo Henckel, who is a research fellow at ANU College of Business. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/

    published: 04 Apr 2017
  • Reserve Bank Australia - Predicts Australian Housing Crash

    Reserve Bank Australia (RBA) predicts Australian housing crash. Why is the market due to crash? Is this real? Watch this video to find out about the Australian housing crisis.

    published: 23 Mar 2017
  • Why Australia's Property Market Is Booming

    Mar.02 -- House prices in Australia’s biggest cities are on a tear. In the financial capital, Sydney, they’ve risen 73 percent over five years, ranking it second only to Hong Kong as the world’s least affordable housing market. The property boom has increasingly pushed the traditional norm of homeownership beyond the reach of average earners. Residential property accounts for 40 percent to 60 percent of loans by the major banks, making house prices a matter not just of politics but financial stability.

    published: 02 Mar 2017
  • Keen says: Property prices could plummet 70%

    Professor Steve Keen (Kingston University) says property prices could fall up to 70%, and why Australia will be hit by a recession in 2017.

    published: 29 Aug 2016
  • Watch this before buying a house !! (2016)

    Must see segment on the Australian real estate bubble For more of my favourite 60 Minutes segments please visit my playlist at https://goo.gl/mgRnHx

    published: 16 May 2017
  • Housing Prices In Australia I The Feed

    People who want house prices to go up far outnumber people like you who are trying to enter the market. Patrick Abboud has been looking at the bad news for first home buyers, and there's lots of it. The Feed airs weeknights at 19:30 on SBS 2. You can also follow us on Twitter at @TheFeedSBS2, or 'LIKE' us on Facebook to stay in the loop.

    published: 02 Sep 2013
  • Sydney House Prices and Defaults

    A Channel 9 News segment featuring DFA mortgage default research, alongside home price data from CoreLogic

    published: 03 Jan 2017
  • Property market alarm bells "going off softly" -- APRA

    APRA -- Senate Economics Legislation Committee -- 30 May, 2017 Wayne Byres, APRA chairman, undergoes a persistent line of questioning from the Senate Economics Legislation Committee in Canberra. Around 2.5 hours into a gruelling session, Byres said the Australian property market had entered a high-risk phase due to a range of factors, including capital city house prices, household debt levels, record low interest rates and low wages growth. “I’d say they’re [alarm bells] going off softly. That’s why we’ve been intervening in the sense that …” he said, before being cut off by questions from the committee.

    published: 31 May 2017
  • Property Bubble In Australia - traffic signal from amber to red

    Mark Draper (GEM Capital) talks with Roger Montgomery (CEO Montgomery Investment Management) about Australia's elevated property market. Roger presents on ABC and Sky Business News, and is of the view that the property market is now most likely past its peak. He then discusses some of the implications of this for the Australian economy. http://www.gemcapital.com.au

    published: 04 Jul 2017
  • AUSTRALIAN'S Discuss Australian Property Prices

    Is The AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY MARKET Affordable? Today i interviewed Australians and asked them what they thought about to rising cost of property in Australia? What is causing the sharp rise in property prices? Will Australian's who are born here ever be able to own a property within an area near work? Here's the results STALK ME ►INSTAGRAM : daveleetv_ http://bit.ly/daveleeinsta ►TWITTER : Asian Twist http://bit.ly/daveleetwitter ►Facebook : Dave Lee http://bit.ly/DaveLeeFacebook FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be in...

    published: 04 May 2017
  • Australian property story - are you convinced now?

    There's something unusual about Australian property, the way it's talked about, current trajectory and what will make or break it. This is hot off the press, it could save you lot of pain and suffering.

    published: 05 Jun 2017
  • House Price Plunge | 9 News Perth

    House prices in Perth have plunged to their lowest levels in more than three years. And while it's bad news for home sellers, there's no shortage of bargains.

    published: 27 Oct 2016
  • Housing prices in Melbourne

    Melbourne is now the world's sixth most expensive place to buy a house.

    published: 23 Apr 2017
  • THE FUTURE OF THE AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY MARKET, 2017 AND BEYOND…By Konrad Bobilak

    SPECIAL FREE BONUS – For Instant FREE Access to The 10 Hour Real Estate Fast Track Weekend Online Video Home Study Valued At $497.00! - http://www.realestatedvd.com.au/absolutely-free-access-2016 LIVE EVENT FREE TICKETS – For FREE tickets to attend the next live Melbourne educational event – The Real Estate Investing Fast Track Weekend - http://www.realestatefasttrack.com.au/?utm_source=Youtube MORE FROM KONRAD BOBILAK - To keep up to date with the latest videos, blogs, eBooks, from Konrad Bobilak go to;http://www.konradbobilak.com.au Here is what you will learn by watching this on live video; THE FUTURE OF THE AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY MARKET, 2017 AND BEYOND…By Konrad Bobilak Economists, analysts and well-known housing market pundits got things horribly wrong in 2016 – as they did in...

    published: 16 Feb 2017
  • ABC 7.30 report on the Australian housing bubble, 27-01-17

    published: 27 Jan 2017
  • Has The Australian Housing Bubble Peaked? Latest Housing Data A Telling Sign.

    Latest housing research from Corelogic shows Australian's hottest housing markets Sydney and Melbourne record slowest growth since 2015. Is it just a 'blip' or a sign of things to come?

    published: 03 May 2017
  • Sydney Housing Market Update | June 2017

    Watch the latest Housing Market Update for Sydney. The housing and economic data is derived from the CoreLogic Hedonic Home Value Index for the month of May, released June 2017. Presented by Tim Lawless, Research Director at CoreLogic. For more housing market insights, visit corelogic.com.au or call 1300 734 318.

    published: 15 Jun 2017
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    A survey released earlier this year compared house prices to salaries in 367 cities across nine countries, including Australia, Canada, China, the UK and the United States. The study found Hong Kong is the most unaffordable city.

    published: 18 Dec 2016
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    published: 08 May 2017
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    published: 06 Feb 2016
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    published: 01 May 2017
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Australian Property Prices

Australian Property Prices

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House prices in Australia have become so unaffordable that many young families simply cannot buy into the market. Wealthy Australians have become a nation of property “investors” thanks to a series of government policies that allow and encourage it. The lower and middle class have either been burdened with massive debt, or they are stuck renting for the rest of their lives. In the 1970s, the average house price was about twice the average annual income. If we used today’s figures as a guide, the average home should only cost about $140000 to $150000. But in reality, the average Australian house price is much higher. Homes in Brisbane have a median cost of $478000; Perth $515000; Melbourne $595000; and finally Sydney comes in at a whopping $776000. Bubble, Bubble By many definitions of the term, Australia is in a classic bubble. Japan had one in the 1980s which burst in the early 1990s and sent their economy flying into a downward spiral. They are still feeling the effects of it to this day. Ireland also had a major property bubble which burst in 2007. Despite the bubble bursting, media commentators still encouraged people to go out and buy. Irish television was littered with house-hunting and house makeover shows encouraging people to increase their property “portfolio”. Much like what is happening in Australia at this very moment. It’s unbelievable that we’ve allowed this to happen. In my opinion, a house should not be an investment. It’s a place for people to live and to raise their families. It’s a necessity of life. To say that an investor should be allowed to take $400 (or more) a week away in rent from a poor family just because the owner happens to have more money than them, is in my opinion, immoral. It’s a classic case of the rich becoming richer and the poor becoming poorer. If history has taught us anything, ultimately this social hierarchy will fail. Future generations will not tolerate such obvious exploitation. Wage Slavery Of course, many property investors will justify their actions saying things like “We’re only doing what the law allows”, and to some extent, they are right. However, it is not good for society to have all the workers (i.e. the people who actually build and create things) to be stuck in a constant slave-like existence. They work hard every week in order to pay off their mortgage, or pay the rent. They do not have the option of leaving their job, even if it is the most dirty, dangerous or demeaning one. If they did leave, either the bank would take their home, or the landlord would kick them out. ... Hard Work Pays Off? The modern landlord class is no different from the landed gentry of the past. They are maintaining their wealth by taking from the poor. I have a friend whose boss owns 23 properties around our district. Who needs that many houses!? I’ll tell you who – someone who is obsessed with money; someone who has put their greed above the needs of the average person. Sure, they’re doing everything by the book, but is it moral and does it benefit society? I’m sure most land owners would disagree. They’ll probably say that they worked hard for their money and made some wise investments. Even if this is true, many people simply do not have the ability to “invest wisely”. More often than not, land owners have inherited at least some of their wealth, or have gotten lucky with some of their investments, but more than likely a combination of the two. ... Everybody can be Rich? It’s a lie. If everybody on this planet had exactly $10 million each, then nobody would be considered rich. Prices would just rise to suit everybody’s new found wealth. Rich people only exist now because there are plenty of people being exploited. With every millionaire, there are thousands of workers supporting their lavish lifestyle. A rich person who says “anybody can be rich” is either kidding themselves, or being intentionally deceitful. ... Greed Ultimately, Australian property prices have got to where they are today as a direct result of people’s greed. Instead of treating houses as a place to live and raise a family, we are now treating them like gambling chips. Investors think the goal is to obtain as many properties as possible, regardless of the people’s lives they are affecting. Luckily, at least for some of us, greed comes back to bite people as seen in the Japanese and Irish property crashes. Instead of thinking about our own hip pockets, we should consider what is best for society as a whole. Updates (February 29, 2016) A recent article on the ABC discusses the impending bursting of the Australian Property Bubble (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-02-29/verrender-housing-bubble-is-building/7206678). Australian mortgage debt has grown to a staggering $1.4 trillion. ... Originally posted on Daily Rant Australia on February 3, 2016 by Andrew. Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DailyRantAustralia/
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Money Talks: Australia’s house bubble

Money Talks: Australia’s house bubble

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The dream of home ownership is fast becoming a nightmare in Australia. Property prices in major cities like Sydney and Melbourne are rising fast, putting them out of reach for many. And economists warn the real estate bubble is about to burst. Mobin Nasir reports. We spoke to economist Saul Eslake and Professor Timo Henckel, who is a research fellow at ANU College of Business. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/
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Reserve Bank Australia - Predicts Australian Housing Crash

Reserve Bank Australia - Predicts Australian Housing Crash

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Reserve Bank Australia (RBA) predicts Australian housing crash. Why is the market due to crash? Is this real? Watch this video to find out about the Australian housing crisis.
https://wn.com/Reserve_Bank_Australia_Predicts_Australian_Housing_Crash
Why Australia's Property Market Is Booming

Why Australia's Property Market Is Booming

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Mar.02 -- House prices in Australia’s biggest cities are on a tear. In the financial capital, Sydney, they’ve risen 73 percent over five years, ranking it second only to Hong Kong as the world’s least affordable housing market. The property boom has increasingly pushed the traditional norm of homeownership beyond the reach of average earners. Residential property accounts for 40 percent to 60 percent of loans by the major banks, making house prices a matter not just of politics but financial stability.
https://wn.com/Why_Australia's_Property_Market_Is_Booming
Keen says: Property prices could plummet 70%

Keen says: Property prices could plummet 70%

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Professor Steve Keen (Kingston University) says property prices could fall up to 70%, and why Australia will be hit by a recession in 2017.
https://wn.com/Keen_Says_Property_Prices_Could_Plummet_70
Watch this before buying a house !! (2016)

Watch this before buying a house !! (2016)

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Must see segment on the Australian real estate bubble For more of my favourite 60 Minutes segments please visit my playlist at https://goo.gl/mgRnHx
https://wn.com/Watch_This_Before_Buying_A_House_(2016)
Housing Prices In Australia I The Feed

Housing Prices In Australia I The Feed

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People who want house prices to go up far outnumber people like you who are trying to enter the market. Patrick Abboud has been looking at the bad news for first home buyers, and there's lots of it. The Feed airs weeknights at 19:30 on SBS 2. You can also follow us on Twitter at @TheFeedSBS2, or 'LIKE' us on Facebook to stay in the loop.
https://wn.com/Housing_Prices_In_Australia_I_The_Feed
Sydney House Prices and Defaults

Sydney House Prices and Defaults

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A Channel 9 News segment featuring DFA mortgage default research, alongside home price data from CoreLogic
https://wn.com/Sydney_House_Prices_And_Defaults
Property market alarm bells "going off softly" -- APRA

Property market alarm bells "going off softly" -- APRA

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APRA -- Senate Economics Legislation Committee -- 30 May, 2017 Wayne Byres, APRA chairman, undergoes a persistent line of questioning from the Senate Economics Legislation Committee in Canberra. Around 2.5 hours into a gruelling session, Byres said the Australian property market had entered a high-risk phase due to a range of factors, including capital city house prices, household debt levels, record low interest rates and low wages growth. “I’d say they’re [alarm bells] going off softly. That’s why we’ve been intervening in the sense that …” he said, before being cut off by questions from the committee.
https://wn.com/Property_Market_Alarm_Bells_Going_Off_Softly_Apra
Property Bubble In Australia - traffic signal from amber to red

Property Bubble In Australia - traffic signal from amber to red

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Mark Draper (GEM Capital) talks with Roger Montgomery (CEO Montgomery Investment Management) about Australia's elevated property market. Roger presents on ABC and Sky Business News, and is of the view that the property market is now most likely past its peak. He then discusses some of the implications of this for the Australian economy. http://www.gemcapital.com.au
https://wn.com/Property_Bubble_In_Australia_Traffic_Signal_From_Amber_To_Red
AUSTRALIAN'S Discuss Australian Property Prices

AUSTRALIAN'S Discuss Australian Property Prices

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Is The AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY MARKET Affordable? Today i interviewed Australians and asked them what they thought about to rising cost of property in Australia? What is causing the sharp rise in property prices? Will Australian's who are born here ever be able to own a property within an area near work? Here's the results STALK ME ►INSTAGRAM : daveleetv_ http://bit.ly/daveleeinsta ►TWITTER : Asian Twist http://bit.ly/daveleetwitter ►Facebook : Dave Lee http://bit.ly/DaveLeeFacebook FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. 1)This video has no negative impact on the original works (It would actually be positive for them) 2)This video is also for teaching purposes. 3)It is not transformative in nature. 4)I only used bits and pieces of videos to get the point across where necessary.
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Australian property story - are you convinced now?

Australian property story - are you convinced now?

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There's something unusual about Australian property, the way it's talked about, current trajectory and what will make or break it. This is hot off the press, it could save you lot of pain and suffering.
https://wn.com/Australian_Property_Story_Are_You_Convinced_Now
House Price Plunge | 9 News Perth

House Price Plunge | 9 News Perth

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House prices in Perth have plunged to their lowest levels in more than three years. And while it's bad news for home sellers, there's no shortage of bargains.
https://wn.com/House_Price_Plunge_|_9_News_Perth
Housing prices in Melbourne

Housing prices in Melbourne

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Melbourne is now the world's sixth most expensive place to buy a house.
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THE FUTURE OF THE AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY MARKET, 2017 AND BEYOND…By Konrad Bobilak

THE FUTURE OF THE AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY MARKET, 2017 AND BEYOND…By Konrad Bobilak

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SPECIAL FREE BONUS – For Instant FREE Access to The 10 Hour Real Estate Fast Track Weekend Online Video Home Study Valued At $497.00! - http://www.realestatedvd.com.au/absolutely-free-access-2016 LIVE EVENT FREE TICKETS – For FREE tickets to attend the next live Melbourne educational event – The Real Estate Investing Fast Track Weekend - http://www.realestatefasttrack.com.au/?utm_source=Youtube MORE FROM KONRAD BOBILAK - To keep up to date with the latest videos, blogs, eBooks, from Konrad Bobilak go to;http://www.konradbobilak.com.au Here is what you will learn by watching this on live video; THE FUTURE OF THE AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY MARKET, 2017 AND BEYOND…By Konrad Bobilak Economists, analysts and well-known housing market pundits got things horribly wrong in 2016 – as they did in 2015 – with forecasts that house prices would decline, if not crash, as Big Short Report author Jonathan Tepper predicted. Instead the housing market – aided by two rate cuts in May and August to a record low of 1.5 per cent, continued strong population growth in Sydney and Melbourne, a historically low number of property listings and ongoing strong demand – proved far more resilient as capital city values rose between 3.5 and 11 per cent, according to various data providers. Fears that new stamp duty charges and land taxes imposed on foreign buyers in NSW, Queensland and Victoria would reduce demand from this sector and force down price growth did not play out. Instead prices continued to rise in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Hobart. According to CoreLogic's December Home Value Index, the most up-to-date measure of house price growth, dwelling values across the five main capital cities ended the year up 10.9 per cent compared with a gain of 8 per cent in 2015. Dwelling values were up 15.5 per cent in Sydney, 13.7 per cent in Melbourne, 11 per cent in Hobart and 9.3 per cent in Canberra, according to CoreLogic, while there was more modest growth in Brisbane and Adelaide of about 4 per cent. Perth, predictably weak, fell more than 4 per cent.However, after CoreLogic came under fire from the Reserve Bank last year for possibly overstating Sydney and Melbourne house price growth after changing its methodologies, it is worth noting that other providers such as the Australian Bureau of Statistics and Fairfax Media's Domain Group recorded much more modest annual house price growth of 3.5 per cent, although their data is only up until the September 2016 quarter. The ABS showed a 6.9 per cent gain in Melbourne, ahead of Hobart (6.8 per cent) and Canberra (5.5 per cent) while Sydney and Adelaide were up 3.2 per cent and Brisbane was up 3.1 per cent. Perth (down 4 per cent) and Darwin (down 7.2 per cent) were the weakest markets. Domain had Melbourne house prices surging 9.1 per cent on annual terms in the September quarter, followed by Canberra (4.9 per cent), Brisbane (3.2 per cent), Adelaide (2.8 per cent) and Sydney (2.1 per cent). It had falls in Perth (down 3.8 per cent) and Darwin (down 10 per cent). Notably, apartment prices fell 3.8 per cent in Brisbane and were down 6.2 per cent in Perth. Housing market guru Louis Christopher from SQM Research was the most accurate forecaster in 2015 and again did well in 2016 when compared across all data providers and SQM's own asking price index, which recorded capital city house prices ending 2016 up almost 5 per cent, led by Melbourne (11.1 per cent), Hobart (10.5 per cent) and Sydney (4.7 per cent). SQM Research's Housing Boom and Bust Report, released in October 2015, forecast Australian dwelling prices to rise at between 3 and 8 per cent in 2016. In Sydney, SQM forecast dwelling prices to rise by 4 to 9 per cent, a fairly accurate tip, while in Melbourne SQM was virtually spot on with its prediction of price growth of 8 to 13 per cent. It was overly bullish on Brisbane, predicting growth of 5 to 8 per cent and a bit too bearish on Canberra (2 to 4 per cent) but was quite accurate on its outlooks for Hobart (4 to 7 per cent) and Adelaide (2 to 5 per cent) "It seems we did get most cities right and made the right call that Melbourne would be the out performer," Mr Christopher told the Australian Financial Review. "We copped a fair bit of stick over that one, particularly from the Macrobusiness guys who thought Melbourne would fall."
https://wn.com/The_Future_Of_The_Australian_Property_Market,_2017_And_Beyond…By_Konrad_Bobilak
ABC 7.30 report on the Australian housing bubble, 27-01-17

ABC 7.30 report on the Australian housing bubble, 27-01-17

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Has The Australian Housing Bubble Peaked? Latest Housing Data A Telling Sign.

Has The Australian Housing Bubble Peaked? Latest Housing Data A Telling Sign.

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Latest housing research from Corelogic shows Australian's hottest housing markets Sydney and Melbourne record slowest growth since 2015. Is it just a 'blip' or a sign of things to come?
https://wn.com/Has_The_Australian_Housing_Bubble_Peaked_Latest_Housing_Data_A_Telling_Sign.
Sydney Housing Market Update | June 2017

Sydney Housing Market Update | June 2017

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Watch the latest Housing Market Update for Sydney. The housing and economic data is derived from the CoreLogic Hedonic Home Value Index for the month of May, released June 2017. Presented by Tim Lawless, Research Director at CoreLogic. For more housing market insights, visit corelogic.com.au or call 1300 734 318.
https://wn.com/Sydney_Housing_Market_Update_|_June_2017
Micro flats tackle Hong Kong's high housing prices

Micro flats tackle Hong Kong's high housing prices

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  • Updated: 18 Dec 2016
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A survey released earlier this year compared house prices to salaries in 367 cities across nine countries, including Australia, Canada, China, the UK and the United States. The study found Hong Kong is the most unaffordable city.
https://wn.com/Micro_Flats_Tackle_Hong_Kong's_High_Housing_Prices
What If Sydney Property Prices Drop 7%

What If Sydney Property Prices Drop 7%

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Why new investors are more at risk than people who've owned property for years If you'd like some assistance sourcing property in high growth locations that won’t cost you more than a cup of coffee a day, then check out how we can help here: http://www.investmentrise.com.au/how-we-can-help-you/ To your success, Niro
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How is this man correctly predicting where property prices are going?

How is this man correctly predicting where property prices are going?

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Martin Armstrong has a proven track record of predicting the property prices and the economy, here is how he's predicting a 26 year decline in property prices starting now!
https://wn.com/How_Is_This_Man_Correctly_Predicting_Where_Property_Prices_Are_Going
What Causes Property Prices To Fall? Tips from Ben Kingsley

What Causes Property Prices To Fall? Tips from Ben Kingsley

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http://empowerwealth.com.au/blog/what-causes-property-price-to-fall/ With property prices rising at the current rate in our two main cities, Sydney and Melbourne, discussion around the impending price correction continues. This time on our How To, Ben explains the various causes that can lead to price falls.
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Australian property market crashing - here's the proof

Australian property market crashing - here's the proof

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  • Updated: 13 Sep 2015
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5,500 apartments getting built in Melbourne alone and the prices are not going anywhere, Brisbane is toast and Sydney property market will follow. What goes up must come down.
https://wn.com/Australian_Property_Market_Crashing_Here's_The_Proof
REALIST NEWS - Parents to Pay the Price when Australian Housing Bubble Bursts

REALIST NEWS - Parents to Pay the Price when Australian Housing Bubble Bursts

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  • Updated: 06 Jul 2017
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Australia's property prices a key voter key issue

Australia's property prices a key voter key issue

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  • Updated: 05 Jul 2016
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https://wn.com/Australia's_Property_Prices_A_Key_Voter_Key_Issue
Australia property prices on the rise

Australia property prices on the rise

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  • Updated: 28 Nov 2013
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Australia property prices on the rise Australias rising property prices spur bubble concerns Property costs in some of Australias major cities have been rising in recent months, and there are concerns a price bubble may be brewing. Phil Mercer reports from Sydney.
https://wn.com/Australia_Property_Prices_On_The_Rise
Australia's rising property prices spur bubble concerns

Australia's rising property prices spur bubble concerns

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  • Updated: 25 Oct 2013
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https://wn.com/Australia's_Rising_Property_Prices_Spur_Bubble_Concerns
Australia's rising property prices spur bubble concerns

Australia's rising property prices spur bubble concerns

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  • Updated: 24 Oct 2013
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https://wn.com/Australia's_Rising_Property_Prices_Spur_Bubble_Concerns
Breaking News Australia slams brake on property investors and prices cool

Breaking News Australia slams brake on property investors and prices cool

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  • Updated: 07 Aug 2017
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Australia slams brake on property investors and prices cool
https://wn.com/Breaking_News_Australia_Slams_Brake_On_Property_Investors_And_Prices_Cool