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Market Essentials Report – August 2016

Posted on December 15, 2018

Spring is here, but it’s still a mixed bag nationally for property prices. Nationally, home values were up 1.1% over August, according to CoreLogic. Some of this may have been led by an interest rate cut last month.

The tightening of lending criteria, and rapid housing supply increases in many capitals has ANZ economists warning slower construction activity and price growth is on the cards for 2016 and 2017 across the country.

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Market Essentials Report – July 2016

Posted on December 15, 2018

On the back of recent deflationary concerns by the Government, the RBA has decided to reduce interest rates again, now sitting at 1.5%, providing another boost for the property market.

The Turnbull government claimed victory this month, and the Housing Industry Association urged the Prime Minister to create the role of Commonwealth Housing Minister. This appointment would focus on coordinating housing programs, reforming policy and putting housing on the political agenda.

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Market Essentials Report – June 2016

Posted on December 15, 2018

The Federal Election has left the country very close to a hung parliament or close Coalition majority, with votes still being counted. As one of the major Labor party promises throughout the election was to change negative gearing so it only applied for new property investors, it seems property investment tax breaks are here to stay.

The move in the United Kingdom for Brexit has also been dominating the news, but it might have a positive impact on Australian property prices. Macquarie economic analyst James McIntyre expects Australian expats in the UK may return home.

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Market Essentials Report – April 2016

Posted on December 15, 2018

The biggest surprise to the early May rate cut was the majority of banks have passed this on in full! This, coupled with a budget that left negative gearing alone, and increased taxes on super contributions, it seems the property planets have aligned!

Earlier last month, the media certainly made their mark with the dramatic price falls prevalent amongst inner city Melbourne units. Indeed, it’s been a sustained commentary in this report that inner city Melbourne and Brisbane units have been, and will continue to be a burgeoning problem on their respective markets as development stock slowly gets released over the coming two years.

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Market Essentials Report – March 2016

Posted on December 15, 2018

This month the media certainly made their mark with the dramatic price falls prevalent amongst inner city Melbourne units. Indeed, it’s been a sustained commentary in this report that inner city Melbourne and Brisbane units have been, and will continue to be a burgeoning problem on their respective markets as development stock slowly gets released over the coming two years.

Deloitte Access Economics weighed in on the Perth and Darwin markets with views that…

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