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July 23, 2019

How Media Is Affecting The Australian Housing Market

Lower interest rates are now available, negative gearing and capital gains changes are off the table since the Coalition winning the federal election. This has resulted in the housing market gaining additional support and improved sentiment. Is sentiment the invisible hand driving change in the Australian housing market?

In this whitepaper we will explore to what extent sentiment is affecting the Australian economy, the impact of foreign investment, the effects of low interest rates and the recent increase of building defects across the nation including the issue of combustible cladding on apartment buildings.

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