Post-Pandemic Property Price Perceptions

All indications lead us to believe that property prices are heading for a rapid decline following the COVID-19 pandemic. However, these predictions might not actually be the case. Post-pandemic property price predictions are something that dominates the thoughts of many Australians at…

Now Covid-19 is here look for the bargins….

Coronavirus has had a sobering effect on most sectors of the Australian economy and real estate is no different. But if you’re a buyer, that’s a good thing. Here’s where you should be looking. Cited from article by James MacSmithNews Corp Australia…

House prices fall for the first time in 11 months

Cited article by Jessica Yunn YAHOO NEWS FINANCE 1 June 2020 New data has shown the first monthly drop in property since June 2019, with Australian house prices dropping 0.4 per cent over May. CoreLogic figures indicated domestic property market copping falls…

HOUSE PRICES DEFY FORECASTS OF DRAMATIC VIRUS DOWNTURN Posted by Silverhall News on Thursday, 07 May 2020 in Property Hotspots

House prices continue to defy forecasts of dramatic decreases from the virus shutdown – and the significance of that continues to be downplayed and misreported by mainstream media. It would be refreshing is journalists could simply report the facts, in an even…

Covid 19 and the Real Estate Market

Cited from www.realestate.com.au/news 20/03/2020 Researching the previous economic downturns, Australian property was certainly more resilient then others. For example the 1991 recession or the 2007 Global Financial Crisis 2007. Yet the market was not immune to the hardship and downturn, and this…

Logan City The New Exciting InernationalGlobal Technology Hotspot

Cited on Silverhall News Wednesday, 16 October 2019 Logan has continued to attract a number of multinational companies and fast-developing start-ups looking for to capitalise on the city’s increase ability and enviable area amongst Queensland’s capital, Brisbane and traveller excursion spot the…

How Migration has helped Australian real estate adding $6500 to the economy

A soon to be published study has pointed out that, with out immergration house prices would have been around 1.4 percent lower and units 0.8 per cent lower per annum. “Domain news” interviewed Mr Melser (reseacher) who noted that the house price…