The latest national economic indicators relating to Australian property investment.
Long term house price trends in Australia and around the world
Commonwealth Treasury recently issued at detailed paper (Intergenerational Report 2010) of 190 pages, looking Australian developments over the next 40 years.
Australian dwellings are not generally over-valued compared to other countries – they are expensive because they are bigger, and more concentrated in large and therefore expensive cities.
The challenge is that Sydney remains Australia’s most expensive capital, and it can be difficult for investors to enter this market without compromising on quality.
US housing approvals (prior to the recent crash) had not been falling for most of this century.
The latest economic indicators relating to Perth property investment.
The latest economic indicators relating to Melbourne property investment.
The latest economic indicators relating to Brisbane property investment.
The latest economic indicators relating to Qld Sunshine Coast property investment.