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  • Why The Australian Housing Market Is On Borrowed Time (2018)

    When the interest only "Honeymoon period" ends I see a big number of loan defaults..

    published: 18 Mar 2018
  • 9News: House Prices have finally started falling

    It's the Sydney home owner's worst nightmare, and it's slowly coming true. For all this and more, visit http://www.moneyaction.com.au./

    published: 12 Oct 2017
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • SBS FINANCE | Australian house prices continues to moderate | Ricardo Goncalves

    Australia's housing market continues to cool with CoreLogic revealing the median national capital city house price fell 0.1 percent to about $655,000. Sydney led the declines in December. SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Goncalves has the details.

    published: 01 Dec 2017
  • Breaking News - Property boom is over in Sydney and Melbourne say experts

    The biggest property boom in Australian history is over, with real estate experts now telling prospective buyers not to enter the market.After years of record growth both Sydney and Melbourne have seen property prices slow or go backwards in recent months, ABS statistics released on Monday revealed.It comes after a weekend where the clearance rate for homes put up for auction sat at just 58 per cent, an enormous drop from 73 per cent at the same time last year.Its led experts in the industry to claim the bubble has finally burst, warning buyers to now sit tight for at least the next six months until things calm down.Auctioneer and real estate expert Robert Klaric, who has worked in Sydney for more than 30 years, says he's finally willing to declare that the boom is done.'I'll call it and s...

    published: 13 Dec 2017
  • Australia housing market at risk of crash

    Australia's housing market is experiencing unprecedented growth in some cities, fueled by historically low interest rates. But some economists are concerned the housing market could be headed for a crash, if the country's central bank makes any sudden adjustments to the nation’s cash rate. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews...

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  • 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
  • Sydney property prices begin to plummet !

    Sydney property prices begin to plummet, Wellington woman 'flabbergasted' by $165 hike in weekly rent, House price lull doesn't fix problem for first home buyers ,

    published: 18 Mar 2018
  • Abc News - Australia's Housing Prices Amongst The Most Expensive In The World

    Abc News - Australia's Housing Prices Amongst The Most Expensive In The World Abc News - Australia's Housing Prices Amongst The Most Expensive In The World the australian assets market had acquired excellent media attention these days in particular when the worldwide housing and mortgage outlook record has just announced that australian domestic because the 1/3 maximum highly-priced of twenty-two international locations surveyed. this announcement is strong but what does it really mean to australian and is australia's housing fees going to hold growing in value? what reasons this upward fashion and the way will it affect australia's economic function? ben kingsley, ceo and founding father of empower wealth, chair of belongings funding specialists of australia and qualified belongings fu...

    published: 13 Sep 2017
  • Money Talks: Sydney property prices world's second-highest

    Sydney’s red hot property market now appears to be cooling off: the latest figures show prices fell by 1.4% in the third quarter of 2017. But it remains among the most expensive places in the world to own a home. Authorities are partly blaming an influx of foreign buyers, particularly from China. And they believe a crackdown could force them out of the market, as Joel Labi reports.

    published: 13 Dec 2017
  • Australia Property Values to Plummet

    Australia property values to plummet. Jonathan Tepper believes Australia property values will plummet by 30 to 50 per cent leaving investors with high loans and little return, reported 60 minutes. Insane, that's the best word to describe the Australian housing market, Australia property values will plummet 30 to 50 per cent. Australia real estate bubble”. https://mortgageeproperty.com/australia-property-value-plummet-real-estate-mortgage-bubble.html Get more articles at: https://mortgageeproperty.com/australia-real-estate-news-headlines.html

    published: 03 Aug 2016
  • Australian home prices are still falling

    Australian home prices are still falling, join me tonight with trends in the housing market 7PM Los Angeles Time https://www.businessinsider.com.au/australia-house-prices-falling-2018-1

    published: 17 Jan 2018
  • Housing prices in Melbourne

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

    published: 23 Apr 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
  • 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
  • What $$$ 1 Million Dollars will get you in Sydney

    Not much... Original link: Sam Dastyari https://www.facebook.com/senator.sam.dastyari/videos/784450785036745/ The Full-Time Adult Average Weekly Total Earnings in November 2016 was $1,592.40 AUD via: http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/6302.0

    published: 08 May 2017
  • What Will Happen to Australian Property Markets in 2018?

    Sydney prices dropping? Melbourne price growth slowing? So what do you do now?

    published: 06 Feb 2018
  • What are you Really getting yourself into when buying Australian Property

    This is what you're getting yourself into when buying Australian property now. This presentation addresses more than just interest rates.

    published: 22 Mar 2018
  • Ep. 152 | Bad News for The Australian Property Market

    http://thepropertycouch.com.au/ep152-bad-news-australian-property-market/ We’re sorry to bring you Bad News while you’re on holidays. Unfortunately, we have heard some negative talk out there and, well, we think it’s best you know. So, today’s podcast is a little on the “doom and gloom” side, we’re afraid. We’re talking about the correction in the market. We’ve all seen the property prices in Sydney come down a bit, and we’ve all heard (perhaps too much) about the Bubble…. Is today the day it finally burst? A longtime listener from Singapore, Saxton, left us a rather distressing voicemail message: “I want to ask you about the article that was published by Matt Barrie the CEO of freelancer in Australia where he painted a very negative and bleak future about Australia’s future prospe...

    published: 04 Jan 2018
  • Have Australian Property Prices Always Gone Up?

    Have Australian property prices always gone up? You may have heard residential real estate in Australia  doubles in value every 7 to 10 years and has done so for the last century. So let’s see what actual data tells us about real property price movements in Australia over time. The Australian real housing price index 1880 to 2012 shows us some very interesting information. It is important to remember “Real” housing prices are inflation-adjusted so therefore give us a more accurate measure of market growth over time. At first glance we can quickly see a very long period of stagnant price growth from 1880 all the way through to around 1950. This trend changes from 1950 onwards as we see a steady climb in values towards the end of the 20th century. What is interesting to note that the init...

    published: 18 Feb 2018
  • The Signs We Haven't Seen Before in Australian Property

    It's been long time coming and with all the speculation in Australian housing as to what is going to prick the property bubble - it is always something you least expect! Interest Rates will Double - Martin Armstrong https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/markets-by-sector/bonds/interest-rates-will-double/

    published: 23 Nov 2017
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Is the Australian Property Market starting to crack?
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Is the Australian Property Market starting to crack?

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Why The Australian Housing Market Is On Borrowed Time (2018)
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Why The Australian Housing Market Is On Borrowed Time (2018)

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When the interest only "Honeymoon period" ends I see a big number of loan defaults..
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9News: House Prices have finally started falling
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9News: House Prices have finally started falling

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It's the Sydney home owner's worst nightmare, and it's slowly coming true. For all this and more, visit http://www.moneyaction.com.au./
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Australian Property Prices
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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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House Price Plunge | 9 News Perth
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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.
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Keen says: Property prices could plummet 70%
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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.
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SBS FINANCE | Australian house prices continues to moderate | Ricardo Goncalves
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SBS FINANCE | Australian house prices continues to moderate | Ricardo Goncalves

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Australia's housing market continues to cool with CoreLogic revealing the median national capital city house price fell 0.1 percent to about $655,000. Sydney led the declines in December. SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Goncalves has the details.
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Breaking News - Property boom is over in Sydney and Melbourne say experts
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Breaking News - Property boom is over in Sydney and Melbourne say experts

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The biggest property boom in Australian history is over, with real estate experts now telling prospective buyers not to enter the market.After years of record growth both Sydney and Melbourne have seen property prices slow or go backwards in recent months, ABS statistics released on Monday revealed.It comes after a weekend where the clearance rate for homes put up for auction sat at just 58 per cent, an enormous drop from 73 per cent at the same time last year.Its led experts in the industry to claim the bubble has finally burst, warning buyers to now sit tight for at least the next six months until things calm down.Auctioneer and real estate expert Robert Klaric, who has worked in Sydney for more than 30 years, says he's finally willing to declare that the boom is done.'I'll call it and say it's over,' Mr Klaric told Daily Mail Australia.'It's been by far the biggest and sustained boom I've seen. Really since 2012 its been a steady increase, with the biggest growth in the last three years.'But from next year it will be an adjustment to a sustained market at 10 per cent or so lower... from about July there'll be a smorgasbord of cheap properties to pick from.'On Monday the ABS released statistics showing property prices fell by 1.4 per cent in Sydney alone during the September quarter.It's the first time prices had gone backwards in the Harbour City since mid-2016.In Melbourne property prices increased by 7 per cent, just half the rate they did last year.According to Shane Oliver, AMP's chief economist, it's confirmation that time indeed has come on what appeared to be the never-ending growth of the property market.'I think the boom is certainly over, but in saying that, it mainly relates to Sydney and Melbourne where the boom has been,' Mr Oliver told Daily Mail Australia.'In Sydney the bubble has well and truly been pricked... and the ABS data today has well and truly confirmed that we're seeing price declines.'Melbourne is a little bit stronger, it does seem to be following Sydney down, but it's getting a bit of support from a higher population growth.'At its peak the property boom led to homes across Sydney rising in price by as much as $370,000 in less than two years.But recently home owners have had it harder to sell, with one particular home in the Sydney suburb of Hunters Hill taking almost 200 days to sell.When the owners did find a buyer it was for $4.8 million, a massive drop down from the initial asking price of almost $6 million.Describing the housing markets outside the nation's two biggest cities as 'messy', Mr Oliver said he would be advising potential buyers to bide their time.He predicts it will be up to 18 months before prices rise again, but can't see a severe housing crash on the horizon.'Are we going to have a crash? Probably not, unless we have higher interest rates or higher unemployment it's hard to see a crash coming,' he said.'I think it's just another correction in the property market. In 2005, 2008 and 2012 we saw dec AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5169885/Property-boom-Sydney-Melbourne-say-experts.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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Australia housing market at risk of crash
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Australia housing market at risk of crash

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Australia's housing market is experiencing unprecedented growth in some cities, fueled by historically low interest rates. But some economists are concerned the housing market could be headed for a crash, if the country's central bank makes any sudden adjustments to the nation’s cash rate. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Money Talks: Australia’s house bubble
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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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Sydney property prices begin to plummet !
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Sydney property prices begin to plummet !

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Sydney property prices begin to plummet, Wellington woman 'flabbergasted' by $165 hike in weekly rent, House price lull doesn't fix problem for first home buyers ,
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Abc News - Australia's Housing Prices Amongst The Most Expensive In The World
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Abc News - Australia's Housing Prices Amongst The Most Expensive In The World

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Abc News - Australia's Housing Prices Amongst The Most Expensive In The World Abc News - Australia's Housing Prices Amongst The Most Expensive In The World the australian assets market had acquired excellent media attention these days in particular when the worldwide housing and mortgage outlook record has just announced that australian domestic because the 1/3 maximum highly-priced of twenty-two international locations surveyed. this announcement is strong but what does it really mean to australian and is australia's housing fees going to hold growing in value? what reasons this upward fashion and the way will it affect australia's economic function? ben kingsley, ceo and founding father of empower wealth, chair of belongings funding specialists of australia and qualified belongings funding guide explains all this in easy terms. in addition they mentioned the role of australia's historic low cash charge in this market and the record variety of building approvals doing to the supply side. he additionally in short run thru every capital towns in australia (melbourne, sydney, brisbane, adelaide and canberra) and offer his opinion and predictions. in case you would really like to analyze more about ben's 2015 outlook at the australia belongings market and housing prices, watch our 2015 outlook series here: click here to read the transcript: to e-book a loose one hour appointment with us, please go to: ABC NEWS CHANNEL Subscribe & More Videos: https://goo.gl/6p1JF1 Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!! #belongingsmarket, #hobbyrate
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Money Talks: Sydney property prices world's second-highest
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Money Talks: Sydney property prices world's second-highest

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Sydney’s red hot property market now appears to be cooling off: the latest figures show prices fell by 1.4% in the third quarter of 2017. But it remains among the most expensive places in the world to own a home. Authorities are partly blaming an influx of foreign buyers, particularly from China. And they believe a crackdown could force them out of the market, as Joel Labi reports.
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Australia Property Values to Plummet
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Australia Property Values to Plummet

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Australia property values to plummet. Jonathan Tepper believes Australia property values will plummet by 30 to 50 per cent leaving investors with high loans and little return, reported 60 minutes. Insane, that's the best word to describe the Australian housing market, Australia property values will plummet 30 to 50 per cent. Australia real estate bubble”. https://mortgageeproperty.com/australia-property-value-plummet-real-estate-mortgage-bubble.html Get more articles at: https://mortgageeproperty.com/australia-real-estate-news-headlines.html
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Australian home prices are still falling
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Australian home prices are still falling

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Australian home prices are still falling, join me tonight with trends in the housing market 7PM Los Angeles Time https://www.businessinsider.com.au/australia-house-prices-falling-2018-1
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Housing prices in Melbourne
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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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Housing Prices In Australia I The Feed
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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.
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Reserve Bank Australia - Predicts Australian Housing Crash
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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.
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What $$$ 1 Million Dollars will get you in Sydney
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What $$$ 1 Million Dollars will get you in Sydney

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Not much... Original link: Sam Dastyari https://www.facebook.com/senator.sam.dastyari/videos/784450785036745/ The Full-Time Adult Average Weekly Total Earnings in November 2016 was $1,592.40 AUD via: http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/6302.0
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What Will Happen to Australian Property Markets in 2018?
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What Will Happen to Australian Property Markets in 2018?

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Sydney prices dropping? Melbourne price growth slowing? So what do you do now?
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What are you Really getting yourself into when buying Australian Property
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What are you Really getting yourself into when buying Australian Property

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This is what you're getting yourself into when buying Australian property now. This presentation addresses more than just interest rates.
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Ep. 152 | Bad News for The Australian Property Market
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Ep. 152 | Bad News for The Australian Property Market

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http://thepropertycouch.com.au/ep152-bad-news-australian-property-market/ We’re sorry to bring you Bad News while you’re on holidays. Unfortunately, we have heard some negative talk out there and, well, we think it’s best you know. So, today’s podcast is a little on the “doom and gloom” side, we’re afraid. We’re talking about the correction in the market. We’ve all seen the property prices in Sydney come down a bit, and we’ve all heard (perhaps too much) about the Bubble…. Is today the day it finally burst? A longtime listener from Singapore, Saxton, left us a rather distressing voicemail message: “I want to ask you about the article that was published by Matt Barrie the CEO of freelancer in Australia where he painted a very negative and bleak future about Australia’s future prospects and described the Australian property market as a bubble built upon a bubble, built upon a bubble; namely mining and commodities. Anyway, it’s a long article and I would love to hear your negation on some of his gloomy outlook and why property is still a good bet moving forward.” If you’ve read the article… you’ll know it’s pretty bleak. Also what’s interesting is that Matt Barrie isn’t a property expert — note that his business has nothing to do with property — and on social media channels he is, which makes sense, an “influencer”. And influencers are good at doing just that. But, at the end of the day everyone is entitled to an opinion. More importantly, who is right? What’s about to unfold: Are the conditions that precede a bubble “popping” finally here? What happens if the market drops 30%? What is money and wealth built on? What are the biggest banks LVR and why does this matter? How is Australia’s lending system differ from the rest of the world? Is Australia’s economic climate stable? What is “short selling”? How can you tell when an agenda is influencing an opinion? Why do we keep going on about supply and demand? What is “irrational exuberance” and why is contributing to the bad news? Why is now (perhaps more than ever) time to look back at your property fundamentals? Is interest rate the King in all of this? What’s the future of the Australian Property Market? What do you need to start telling people today? Full disclosure: Here’s the link to the article. Please decide for yourself J P.S. Should Ben do the Life Hack from now???
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Have Australian Property Prices Always Gone Up?
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Have Australian Property Prices Always Gone Up?

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Have Australian property prices always gone up? You may have heard residential real estate in Australia  doubles in value every 7 to 10 years and has done so for the last century. So let’s see what actual data tells us about real property price movements in Australia over time. The Australian real housing price index 1880 to 2012 shows us some very interesting information. It is important to remember “Real” housing prices are inflation-adjusted so therefore give us a more accurate measure of market growth over time. At first glance we can quickly see a very long period of stagnant price growth from 1880 all the way through to around 1950. This trend changes from 1950 onwards as we see a steady climb in values towards the end of the 20th century. What is interesting to note that the initial period on the graph (1880-1910) represents Australia as a largely agrarian economy. Cars and machinery were not available during this time period and much of Australia’s economic activity and jobs were located in the regions. As a result many regional properties during this time often had value levels similar to their metropolitan counterparts. The index continues to show relatively flat performance in the property market throughout the First World War (1914-1918), the great depression and the Second World War ending in 1945. It was the end of the Second World War and the commencement of the baby boomer period that things in the property market in Australia really started to get interesting.
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The Signs We Haven't Seen Before in Australian Property
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The Signs We Haven't Seen Before in Australian Property

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It's been long time coming and with all the speculation in Australian housing as to what is going to prick the property bubble - it is always something you least expect! Interest Rates will Double - Martin Armstrong https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/markets-by-sector/bonds/interest-rates-will-double/
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