Category: Special reports

International students – a ticking time bomb in the Sydney property market?

October 13th, 2019

International education is Australia’s third largest export industry after iron ore and coal, worth $32.4 billion to the economy, according to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. (Depending on one’s definition of exports, other ec

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The Regulator: friend or foe of Sydney property buyers?

July 10th, 2019

Most property buyers in Sydney come to the table with similar preoccupations and questions: does the house or apartment they are looking at have a view? Is it north facing? Are there any noisy bars in earshot? How far is it from a train station?

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Media mania: Sydney’s property market – seeing it for what it is

April 10th, 2019

In September last year, 60 Minutes, Channel Nine’s flagship current affairs program, predicted that house prices in Sydney could fall by as much as 40 percent in just 12 months. Over six months later and there is no sight yet of such a dram

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Co-working spaces – a threat or opportunity for commercial property owners and buyers?

January 9th, 2019

  There are free craft beers in the fridge, hand-roasted coffee on demand, and fresh “fruit water” (don't ask). There are high ceilings, creamy camel-coloured sofas, and lashings of raw exposed steel and textured wood. This isn’t a l

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Is Sydney’s residential property market bottoming out ? – On this data, maybe

October 11th, 2018

In their recent blog Decoding Property Buying Intentions Digital Finance Analytics (DFA) has extracted data from their 52,000 strong data base to assess current, nation wide property buying intentions. Borrowing from Bachman Turner Overdrive’s 1

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