Interested to know if there has been any economists talk about what happens to current development projects when there is no more immigration for 6+ months. Read a post by @petewargent from his blog (Pete Wargent Daily Blog: Population swells +371,000 (or...'swelled')): "Net overseas migration of +232,000 over the year to September 2019 resulted in total population growth of around +371,000 to 25.34 million, with the remainder accounted for by natural population increase." With a 6+ month intake hiatus, does that mean at least 116k less people will be looking for dwellings? But in 6 months or whenever the tap gets turned on, will the govt turn it on big time to help stimulate the economy? Interested to hear peoples thoughts on current projects, what there sales strategy is and what they think will play out.