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While some investors went on residential investment splurges this year, Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes and his wife Annie, who bought a swathe of luxury properties – many others sat tight.
With the year set to end in less than three months, seven experts from Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) give us a deeper insight into the major markets.
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Experts say Australia is ‘definitely still in a rental crisis’ but there is only so much people can pay.
Australia’s national rents experienced the smallest monthly growth this year, up by just 0.6% in September after record rises 12 months ago.
The PIPA National Market Update found that tighter lending standards and an inability for borrowers to get finance is hurting demand.
As the rental property shortage continues, new research has found that 19% of Queensland investors are considering selling in the next 12 months.
Queensland buyers and sellers have been engaged in a ‘Mexican stand-off’, but there are early signs that the downward trend in values is already easing. And some regions continue to boom.
New analysis from CoreLogic reveals renting in Australia’s most populous states is still cheaper than buying, but owning a home has become more affordable in other states.
Property experts and pundits have offered bouquets and brickbats for the housing measures included in Labor’s first budget, including the promise of one million new homes.
With the country deeply plunged in a rental crisis, an expert unpacks the factors that led to this rabbit hole while offering three ways to get out of it.
A summit to address Queensland’s housing crisis will proceed on Thursday without representatives of private landlords, who make up most of the state’s rental market.
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