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Discussion in 'General Property Chat' started by JDP1, 1st Mar, 2016.

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  1. JDP1

    JDP1 Well-Known Member

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    The popular HTW Month-In-Review is out
    http://htw.com.au/Month_in_Review/MIR-2016/March/Month_In_Review_March_2016.pdf

    Seems fairly accurate from what i can see..
    although i strongly disagree with a statement made in the report re: Brisbane
    '...We’ve certainly graduated beyond the ‘hick country cousins in the north’ status bestowed upon us by Sydney and Melbourne...':D
    The rest looks ok to me.:)
    The clocks seem more accurate...and split into two.
     
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    Good to see keperra getting a few mentions around the place!
     
  3. Bran

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    No Mt Gravatt East? Fingers off the pulse ;)
     
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  5. euro73

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    Lots of regionals in the rising market predictions...
     
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    Re Regionals - I don't invest in regional areas, I am a strong believer in the correlation between population growth and property, regional areas, particularly in VIC don't have significant population growth hence lack of capital growth in LT imo. ABS have some powerful graphs to assist with population growth in regional v metro areas and they are powerful. Metro always the way to go. I take HTW predictions with a grain of salt - read them say yeh-nah, move on.

    Cheers Ivan
     
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    Nsw far north coast and Coffs at the peak? ....must of boomed when I was sleeping
     
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    D.T. Adelaide Property Manager Business Member

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    Adelaide rising for houses and recovering for units :)
     
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    image.png No mention on the area's I brought my QLD IPs in?:(:(

    Great write on my PPOR suburb though!!:):)
     
  10. euro73

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    I'm a strong believer in the correlation between credit availability and property prices. The ABS data was collated during the greatest single expansion of credit availability and borrowing capacity in history. In fact, just about all theories, models, systems , assumptions and experiences up to date were collated, earned and learned exclusively during the greatest single expansion of borrowing capacity and credit availability in history. Historical data and the environment in which that data evolved has been disrupted by APRA. I think good regionals will do quite well because increasingly, yield will play a role in borrowing capacity- and regionals offer yield. Let's see how the effects of much smaller post APRA purchasing budgets will affect the choices about where people invest in the coming years, and then lets see whether the data about regionals starts to change...