Ross Gittens remains to be convinced that a Big Australia would be better either for our material living standards or environment.
New apartment settlements are on track to fall to 20,000 next year, a seven-year low, unless investors return and boost the sluggish pace of development.
International students have been approved to return to NSW as soon as August as part of a new plan pushed by the state’s university sector.
Only seven per cent of aspiring international students say they would continue with Australian courses if they're fully online, according to a new survey.
Some analysts are warning that Australia's multi-decade property boom may be about to end, but most agree that will not happen this year.
A leading economic think tank says Australia’s migration program needs imminent overhaul to better attract skilled migrants
A new report has warned that international travel for Australians is likely to remain restrictive until 2024.
The rate of net overseas migration has plummeted enough to overcome the rate of births, leaving Australia with less people in it than before.
AMP Capital’s chief economist warned that rebooting mass immigration would give more legs to the property price boom.
Australian Property Investor Magazine
Investors remain overwhelmingly positive about the property market and their prospects for price growth, a new survey shows, while affordability has emerged as a bigger concern than the impacts of the pandemic.
The start of a new financial year serves as a good reminder for ensuring an investment property portfolio and strategy is performing to its full potential.
The Perth property market’s strong rebound over the past year is showing signs of tempering, with its July growth rate by far the slowest among the nation’s capitals.
Extended lockdowns have shifted the Reserve Bank of Australia into spectator mode, with an expected economic contraction giving it no scope to hike the official cash rate from its current record low.
Brisbane’s snap lockdown is giving agents, investors and prospective homebuyers time to take a breath, but pent-up demand is likely to drive a fast market rebound once the city is reopened.
Declining affordability is starting to slow the nation’s house price growth, but a mismatch between supply and demand will ensure price gains will continue to be recorded across most markets.
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