Which states has the highest quarter on quarter population growth?

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Australia is an immigration nation, so much of our history, strength and wealth is built on immigration. So much of the property prices is impacted by immigration as well. Migration benefits Australia in many ways, it rises the wealth of the nation, increases innovation, tends to impact our competitiveness in a positive way, reduces the …

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Sydney capital city economy

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A year in review. Today we are analysing performance of Australian capital cities. We believe that solid economic performance of capital cities is a big driver for growth of property prices. If Australian capital cities manage to reposition themselves towards knowledge-based economies that should be able to generate sustained economic performance. And where economies perform …

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Investment property market overview February 2019

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We have prepared the numbers, this article provides a quick summary of metrics we see as the most important for property investment as of January 2019. Asking rents, rental vacancies and movements. Generally asking rents have trended up Australia wide. All capital cities rents increased by 0.7% in January 2019. Rents currently are $559 for …

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Taking stock of property prices, January 2019

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Finally, January is coming to an end, a month of celebration, relaxation and Australia day BBQs! There is a lot to celebrate in our beautiful country, like low unemployment, independent regulators and great economy. But there is one indicator that is either great or not so great depending on who you ask. This indicator is …

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Seller strategy in declining property market

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A number of property markets in Australia are returning to buyers’ market situation.  This is when the power of negotiation switched from property seller to the property buyer. In a hot property market, when the demand for the property outstrips supply of houses, the property market is a sellers’ market. This is what we have …

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