The pandemic may have thrown the Australian property market a curveball but there’s no shortage of Australians looking to get into it.
Sky-high Australian property prices are not only set to live another day, they’re bound to go higher still, the country’s second-biggest bank predicts.
With few people making it into or out of the country, the coronavirus has winded the clock back more than 100 years on Australia’s population growth.
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Stamp duty has been thrust centre stage of COVID-19 economic reforms, as one of the most unpopular taxes in Australia faces a major overhaul.
One in three economists now don’t expect prices to rise in Melbourne until at least 2022.
Property prices continue to decline, with national falls of around 2% over the three months to July.
Some Australians have used the government’s early access to super scheme in desperate bid to buy a home.
The latest data from Domain shows apartment rents dropped 3.2% over the June quarter, their largest fall in 15 years.
Australia’s great love affair with the housing market appears to have cooled off somewhat, but the break may only have been temporary.