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Infrastructure

Sydney’s North Shore Leads Recovery
1 week ago

Sydney’s North Shore Leads Recovery

As Sydney’s auction clearance rate this week topped 80% the North Shore accounted for about 15% of activity. However, it’s worth noting that a high proportion of those sales were …
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Historically Low Interest Rates
1 month ago

Historically Low Interest Rates

By  •  General

It appears that very low interest rates are here to stay, well at least for the immediate and foreseeable future.

The Australian housing market has always been captive to interest …
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Market Fog Lifting!
4 months ago

Market Fog Lifting!

By  •  General

Forecasts and hindsight are both interesting subjects, and that’s equally so when looking at our residential property markets.

Not that long ago, just back in early December 2018, I made …
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Election Opportunity
4 months ago

Election Opportunity

By  •  General

On Sunday morning most Australians will be picking over the ramifications of the election results and no matter if the outcome was a quick win for one party, or a …
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The Infrastructure Budget
5 months ago

The Infrastructure Budget

By  •  General

Over the past few years I’ve opted to save my Federal budget comments until after the first flurry of media has been published.

2019 is a little different because it’s …
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2019: Residential Property – The Year Ahead – Part Three
9 months ago

2019: Residential Property – The Year Ahead – Part Three

By  •  Finance

Last week’s content was devoted to the complex impact that housing finance is today exerting on Australia’s residential property market. A fortnight earlier the lack of market confidence and battered …
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Heading for 10 Billion & Little Help from the Kids
10 months ago

Heading for 10 Billion & Little Help from the Kids

By  •  General

The world is heading for a population of 10-billion estimated by 2050, so how will we manage? That’s a topic I saw on TED, then I also noticed another interesting …
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Thursday Round-Up
11 months ago

Thursday Round-Up

By  •  General

Green Square Boost

As Sydney’s population density increases inner city infrastructure is always under the spotlight. Green Square will soon be one of the most heavily populated areas and so …
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Urban Development – Change is Constant
11 months ago

Urban Development – Change is Constant

By  •  General

Urban development and change are constant partners and the associated problems and challenges are of a nature that cannot be solved neatly, once and for all. Urban environments reflect the …
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Cities After Dark
12 months ago

Cities After Dark

Last week I looked at the most recent Global Liveability Index for 2018 published by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Vienna topped the leading 10 cities, followed by Melbourne, and …
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