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Has The Australian Housing Bubble Burst? – Have A Look At Canada

Has the Australian Housing bubble burst? That is the $Trillion question.

Not if the Canadian housing bubble is any sort of benchmark.

The Canadian housing bubble is defying government attempts to burst it with an unbelievable resilience. So is it a housing bubble? Do we even have a housing bubble?

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Talk of a housing bubble has been driven by a lack of affordable housing and price growth. That has happened mainly in the Sydney and Melbourne markets.

The Biggest Real Estate Bubble Of All Time Just Did The Impossible | Zero Hedge

One month ago, we said that “the Vancouver housing bubble Is back, and it’s (almost) bigger than ever.”

Fast forward to today, when we can scrap the almost part: according to the latest data from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, nearly a year after British Columbia implemented a 15% property tax targeting foreign buyers, in May the biggest real estate bubble of all time did the impossible and in a testament to the persistence of Chinese oligarchs, criminals, money launderers and pretty much anyone who is desperate to park their cash as far away as possible, after a modest drop following last summer’s tax the Vancouver housing bubble has bounced right back to new all time highs, as prices of detached, attached houses and apartment all surged to new record highs.

In other words, all that the 15% surtax achieved was to drastically slow down the rate of transactions (or perhaps home flipping). Meanwhile, as sellers held out to find more aggressive buyers, they were in luck as the new wave of buyers has emerged, and undeterred by the 15% premium, they have been slowly but surely lifting all available offers. Via zerohedge.com

Australian Tiny Homes Eco Friendly Mobile and Solar Check It Out

 Australian Tiny Homes are Taking Off

Australian tiny homes have a reputation for being cobbled together. You’re thinking the old plywood caravan from the fifties. You couldn’t be further from the truth Australian tiny homes have come of age.

This affordable housing comes as pods, flat-packs, containers in one piece or modular.

AN OVERVIEW OF THE PODS — The Tiny House Company

‘The Pods’, are an affordable range of tiny houses built on flat deck trailers which can be combined in various arrangements. With flexibility in mind, the Pods are designed to work with standard sized modules of Ikea furniture and cabinetry, and also to suit a range of optional pre-designed extras that can be added as your budget allows. read more at tinyhousecompany.com.au

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What Causes Low Housing Affordability – The Real Issues

What Causes Low Housing Affordability? Low Wages is a Big One!

What causes low housing affordability? This is a question people have been asking since this current property boom began.

Perhaps it isn’t the right question.

Perhaps it is not “what causes low housing affordability?”  but “why can’t people afford houses?” Why do we have cops that couch surf?

Housing Affordability – The Real Issue and What Can Be Done About It. DF Partners, May 2017

Only 8% of Australians aged between 18 and 35 (the millennials) believe they will be financially better off than their parents (Deloitte Millennial Survey 2017). Housing affordability is top of mind for many Australians in this age group resulting from national house prices accelerating ahead of national income.

In this article Development Finance Partners’ (DFP) Senior Credit Executive Stephen Turner discusses the dynamics behind the issue and assesses the potential solutions.

Technology – 3D Printed Houses – Affordable Housing Construction

3D Printed Houses – Technology Making Affordable Housing

How to print a house – Curbed

At home late one night, an energy drink in one hand, the 3Doodler pen in the other, Platt Boyd had his breakthrough. Like hot glue from a gun, the molten plastic secreted by the 3Doodler hardens as it cools, which allows the user to draw 3D shapes. Eventually the tiny 3D object he had created minutes before was holding up 18 pounds of books.

3D Printed House

Apis Cor 3D Printed Houses

Now 3D printing is making its way into single-family home construction. Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, named 3D-printed construction one of the next moon shots at last year’s Milken Global Conference. Instead of powdered metals and plastic, mixtures of cement, sand, and plastic-polymers are the building materials. Instead of stationary, box-like machines, large robotic arms on a swivel produce fully functional houses, with electricity, plumbing, roofs, and windows.

Pioneers of 3D-printed construction rattle off what they see as numerous advantages: decreased costs and the consequent ability to follow through on their inventive architectural plans, as well as simpler and sturdier houses built more quickly. The price is lower for home buyers, too. The house Apis Cor built last December cost just over $10,000. By comparison, a three-bedroom, 1,050-square-foot house built by Habitat for Humanity costs roughly $50,000.How to print a house – Curbed

 

 

Worst cities for affordable housing IN THE WORLD 1/4 are in Australia

Worst Cities for Affordable Housing Are In Australia

Sydney beaten only by Hong Kong as one of the worst cities for affordable housing in the world

I wonder how many police in Hong Kong sleep in their cars because they can’t afford a place to live? One of the worst cities for affordable housing, Sydney has that problem. Couch Surfing Cops.

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Affordable Housing for Keyworkers: Cops Who Couch Surf

Affordable Housing for keyworkers is almost impossible to get and costs our communities in many different ways

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Lack of affordable Housing for Keyworkers COSTS BIGTIME!

Lack of Affordable Housing for Keyworkers is a drain on our communities

A fine example is how a lack of affordable housing for keyworkers effects the quality of policing. Police who live in the community are simply able to do a better job. They are more aware of the people in the community and their problems.

Revealed: Peninsula’s housing crisis hits key workers

SOME police officers on the northern beaches are couch surfing or sleeping in cars between shifts due to a lack of affordable housing.

The revelation comes as former Warringah mayor Michael Regan has urged the Northern Beaches Council to introduce a plan for affordable housing.

Northern Beaches Police commander Superintendent Dave Darcy said it was “a tough life for a young cop”. A NUMBER of police officers on the northern beaches are couch surfing or sleeping in the back of cars between shifts due to a lack of affordable housing.

Source: The Manly Daily

When I was a boy the local police played sport and had a beer with people in the community. The local police were coaches and parents themselves. It is no wonder that now everything is “by the book”. Police are seen as more and more detached from the communities they serve?

“At least 50 per cent of our staff don’t live in the area, they are commuting because they have young families or are young homebuyers who have been competed out of the market.”
Supt Darcy said the “community is losing out on police who have grown up in the area, they make for far better police in your community”.Via newslocal.newspaperdirect.com

MaxiLife is committed to affordable housing for keyworkers and has excellent investment properties available that address this problem.

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Bond Aggregator Will Stop North Korea, No but Affordable Housing is a bigger problem anyway

Bond Aggregator model recommended by AHURI

It wouldn’t take much to stop North Korea, but, I’m sure a bond aggregator is not going to do it. Affordable Housing is a bigger problem anyway. Recommended by AHURI, the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, a bond aggregator is the Commonwealth’s main contribution to solving the affordable housing crisis this budget.

Read on to find out what a bond aggregator is AND how the affordable housing crisis can provide you with a hassle free property investment.

Investment Property – What Einstein can teach you

Property Investing? You don’t need to be a genius

Property investing doesn’t need to be complicated. It is the favourite investment choice of millions of Australians. When you’re thinking about investment property just remember there’s plenty of people to learn from.

As Michael Yardney says,

“Property investing is certainly not rocket science and while you don’t have to be a genius to succeed in real estate, it never hurts to learn from great minds when trying to achieve great things.”

Michael should know his newsletter, Property Update, has been going since 2001 and has nearly 100,000 subscribers interested in property investing of all sorts.

So let’s look at some quotes that have been attributed to Albert Einstein and see how we can turn these pearls of wisdom into profits from investment property.

Truck Driver or property investor

Property Investor l Nathan FIFO truck driver l 1st investment property costing $47per week

Investment property or What?

Property investor is not just a label, it describes an option. So I’ll ask you the question. If you’re not a property investor what will you be that achieves your retirement goals?

investment property, property investor, Camden, Spring Farm

Our Client, Nathan a time poor truck driver based in a mining town in Western Australia. Nathan realised he was not even close to achieving his retirement goals even though he was single and earning well over $100,000 a year. After a discussion with us he decided he wanted to be a property investor.