One of the hardest things to answer right now is what is likely to happen to the residential market in the next twelve months or so.
2016 is a year that most would like to forget. Elections, several untimely rock star deaths, earthquakes, APRA, piss-pour governance, traffic, Aussie cricket, floods, riots.
Tired? Well, I am. And for mine, it is only going to get busier. We are on the cusp of major change. Everything is getting faster.
“Spring” is what most people will say. But the evidence strongly suggests that this is another property myth, somewhat perpetuated by the property industry and the general media.
There are just over 9 million private dwellings across Australia. At any one time, about 85% or 7.8 million of them are occupied on a full-time basis.
I am a property analyst. I grew up in Sydney and now live in Brisbane. I am married with two adult daughters. I live on acreage. I am boring – I read, listen to music, watch TV, drink pale ale and go trekking. Some think I am good at my job.
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