Category: Previous editions

Sydney’s property market Q2 2016 – All this uncertainty deals buyers the winning hand

August 4th, 2016

    Although not widely appreciated, the June 2016 quarter was one of the most uncertain three months for property investment in Sydney since the global financial crisis which began in September 2008. The winds came from every

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Where’s the Sydney property market heading?  The clues may lie in the last six months

April 14th, 2016

Quick Links to easily navigate this edition: The Property Cycle Interest rates and lending criteria Is Sydney’s residential property market at risk of being oversupplied? What about all the ‘Chinese’ buyers? The Baird NSW State Go

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Sydney’s property market and the need for greater data transparency

August 4th, 2015

In this, the last edition of CurtiseCall before the launch of the new Curtis Associates website, we reproduce below our Submission to the Standing Committee on Economics Inquiry into Home Ownership. That submission will be supplemented by evidenc

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Sydney property 2014. End of year market wrap – we told you so and a property buyers’ survival guide for 2015

December 12th, 2014

Between this and our last CurtiseCall, Sydney’s property market has been around the world and back again. And that’s without taking into account the emerging debacle otherwise known as ‘Canberra’. One minute: (more…)

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Sydney’s October 2014 property market – emerging trends and a reminder that things move in cycles

October 31st, 2014

With the onset of warm weather, the latest noise from the property commentariat has been deafening. This month the obsessions were less with foreign buyers edging out local first home buyers and more with old chestnuts like negative gearing; p

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