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How To Win The Affordable Housing Argument | A Young Person’s Perspective | The Facts And Figures Of The Affordable Housing Argument

The Affordable Housing Argument

Affordable housing argument should be heard from the young person’s perspective. Eliza Owen is an economist, writer and comedian who believes economics should be accessible to everyone, not just economists. She currently works as a market analyst for onthehouse.com.au, and has a regular economics segment on FBI’s ‘Backchat’.

Alzheimer’s Australia Statistics | Specialist Rental Properties Needed

Alzheimer’s Australia Statistics Show A Growing Need For specialized Investment Property

Alzheimer’s Australia statistics show there are 413,106 Australians living with dementia and that number is expected to rise by over 20% by 2025. By the 2050s Australia needs around 525,540 carers in the community and 250,420 paid carers in residential aged care. Carers as well as sufferers need affordable and specialised housing, that is 1.2 million individuals a highly specialized market that no sane property investor or property developer can ignore.

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Immigration driving the property market no matter what

Immigration drives the property market and it is still pedal to the metal

Immigration is set to drive Australia’s population over 24.5million. Immigration is concentrated around Sydney and Melbourne so you don’t have to be Einstein to work it out.

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The persons per new dwelling approvals is rising and about to exceed the long range average. Obviously overcrowding is a big incentive to get your own home.

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Housing Market Ups And Downs

Housing Market – Way More Ups Than Downs

Housing market analysis of the last twenty years show a rise of over 360% according to Corelogic. The biggest fall, less than 7.5% showing residential investment property works over the long term.

 Across the combined capital cities, dwelling values have increased by 346.4% over the 20 years to April 2017.  In the two periods in which values have fallen, capital city dwelling values fell by -6.1% between March and December 2008 and they fell by -7.4% between October 2010 and May 2012. Downturn refresher: what happens when prices start falling? –

Falling Cost Of Living In Australia I What Will The Next 20 Years Falling Cost Of Living Do To Housing Prices? The Good The Bad & The Ugly.

The Falling Cost of Living In Australia Over The Next 20 Years Is A Game Changer

Falling cost of living in Australia must be good you say? I think you are probably right. Although being right doesn’t mean it will be easy. The falling cost of living in Australia creates all sorts of concerns. The adjustment actually drives up costs in some areas while destroying jobs.

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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