A sudden rush of well-off immigrants could drive Sydney and Melbourne housing prices to even more unaffordable levels.
The fraying relations between Beijing and Canberra are likely to worsen the Australian real estate market that relies on Chinese money for its recent vigour.
A fundamental shift in Hong Kong’s economy is starting to take place.
Hong Kong private home prices in February posted the biggest monthly decline since November 2018, falling 2.1% as the coronavirus spread across the financial ce…
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Australian Property Investor Magazine
With recent data showing Melbourne’s residential market has been hit hardest among Australian capitals by the novel coronavirus pandemic, longer term measures indicate the city’s house prices are actually reasonably stable.
Sydney-based developer Deicorp will soon start construction on more than 1,300 apartments across the Harbour City, after securing finance to start its four newest projects, collectively worth $920 million.
Which city is about to boom? The answer could be Canberra, where massive employment protection and business recovery programs will be administered as the government works to rebuild our economy.
With a 50 year legacy in construction and development, there is no doubt that Buildtec Group has become a leading light in South Australia’s property industry.
BGC Housing Group’s Michael Bartier has swiftly climbed the corporate ladder at one of the country’s biggest homebuilding groups.
New home sales data is beginning to show the impact of the federal government’s HomeBuilder initiative, but a strong rebound in June has not fully offset the transaction slowdown of the previous three months.