Category: Special reports

The flattening Sydney property market – four reasons why this time could be different

April 11th, 2018

Driven by high credit and population growth, Sydney’s property market has been on an almost uninterrupted upwards trajectory for well over a decade. During that period, it has proven remarkably resilient to various shocks which, in order of

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The Sydney Metro. A bonanza for Sydney residential and commercial property buyers or not?

February 19th, 2018

For a city of its size many consider it a crime that Sydney does not already have a metro system. Yet, with the New South Wales capital predicted to reach eight million people by 2050, the government is now looking to remedy that. The initial leg

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Gentrification: What it means for Sydney property buyers

November 15th, 2017

Once a den for organised crime – from gambling to prostitution – Kings Cross still retains something of its gritty reputation. For now. In reality it is a social petre dish likely to yield results which will help buyers and others understa

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Special Report: Sydney’s tunnels, stacks, electric vehicles and driverless cars – considerations for property buyers

August 10th, 2017

While a lot happened in Sydney’s property market during Q2 2017, nothing had greater ramifications for so many suburbs than fresh controversies which erupted over toll roads as the entire future of the car is in question. This is our special

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The Sydney property market in 2017 Q 1 compared to 1990 and 2002 – “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it”

April 30th, 2017

Buried under the avalanche of words written in 2017 Q1 about a bubble having or having not  formed in Sydney’s property market, four distinct trends emerged which together, may have far reaching implications. Our day to day experiences at sever

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