The RBA suggests property prices could fall by up to 20% by 2024

Oct 2022Karen Millers

The RBA has suggested that property prices could fall by up to 20% by 2024, but as PIPA chair Nicola McDougall discussed on ABC radio Brisbane on Monday, what’s actually happening depends on other factors, such as where you live.

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This could be a ‘rip snorter’ of a year

Feb 24

This week we start to present a balanced view of the property market. Over the next few weeks we will feature a range of respected property professionals and proven industry commentators from Bricks & Mortar Media’s annual property market forecast report that has just been released.

Property Professors Masterclass

Oct 23

A few weeks ago property investors from around Australia and New Zealand gathered to swap ideas, network, and listen to some very knowledgeable speakers share their experiences at the inaugural PIPA Conference. One of those keynote speakers was the previous PIPA Chair and continuing board member Peter Koulizos – also known as the Property Professor – who took everyone on a property and location masterclass.

Rent freeze reality

Sep 23

While freezing rents may appear to be a simple way to increase rental housing affordability, the unintended consequences will have long-term negative impacts on the availability of rental housing stock, reducing the quality of housing and creating a black market in rental housing. PIPA’s chair Nicola McDougall explains why it is not as logical as it might seem.

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