There is a lot of publicity about housing affordability, of late. This seems to happen when markets change direction or focus.
Overview – A market’s position on the property clock is based around the strength and direction of several key real estate indicators. These indicators include:
Unemployment is higher in regional Queensland than the more populous south east corner, but the focus on ‘big’ projects like the Adani coal mine, building more roads and new power plants doesn’t address the problem.
Apparently, High-rise Harry will cease building apartments for rent if the NSW government implements rental reforms to improve security of tenure.
No rate change again today. The smarties tell me that a neutral interest rate setting is when the yield curve is at 0.5%.
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