Urban planning in Australia appears to be lost in a dense fog of presumption and theory. Myths perpetuate. This Missive covers three such urban myths.
Below is a summary of the house and attached (read: apartments) dwelling markets across our capital cities. The data shows yearly change in moving annual median values over the past three years.
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If only I had a dollar for every time someone, over the past week, emailed me asking what the Trump win would mean to the Aussie residential property market. Here was my standard email reply:
Of late, the inner city is getting the lion’s share of the government’s policy attention. Not only in Brisbane, but elsewhere, too.
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