So, what do we look for when assessing an investment orientated residential project or dwelling product?
Fast facts about baby boomers – who they are; a brief description of typical baby boomer buyer wants; their housing considerations; preferences; and what most buy.
Fast facts about 1st home buyers – who they are; a brief description of a typical 1st home buyer; what they think about when looking for a first home; preferences; and what most buy.
This week….Perth – End of the downturn. New housing supply is now tight. Housing and rental markets have become affordable. A high vacancy rate will continue placing pressure on rents.
There is little doubt that the Australian housing market is losing momentum. For a time, the pervasive optimism on property prices will be replaced by exaggerated gloom.
We believe there is a need for more compact housing. We have been advocating such for close to a decade. The mainstream is now starting to take notice. There is a potential huge latent demand.
Sydney End of the market upswing. Now being constrained by buying and rental affordability, plus low rental yields. Yet, sales demand still exceeds resale supply. New housing supply remains relatively tight.
Much has been written about the recent federal budget. I am always amazed at how ‘the fiddle’ gets so much attention; whilst the big issues get accepted without much fanfare or grumble.
Out now! Matusik Population Growth and Forecast Report. Our third report in our seven part series planned for 2017.
I am here to help – so, no May budget commentary from me this evening. You can do with the break! Let’s talk about housing density instead.