Analysis

  • How low will prices actually fall?

    Banks, economists and industry insiders have predicted that Australian house prices will collapse by as much as 30% in the wake of the pandemic. But is this truly accurate – and how can we genuinely forecast just how low prices will fall?

  • Is the economy ready to exit hibernation?

    While many feared Australia could be stalled for months on end, economists now suggesting the worst is already behind us

  • Preparing to diversify the workforce by Melanie Mingas

    PwC has advised its major clients that diversity legislation could be on the horizon in Australia. However, as women in the finance industry observe, ticking boxes is only half the story

  • The countries driving inbound investment by AB

    The last year saw a steep increase in Australian property deals originating in the UK and US. Ansarada CEO, Sam Riley, discusses the key trends

  • All eyes on Tas by Melanie Mingas

    As the good times end in Sydney and Melbourne, those in search of better deals are heading south. But as Tasmania is starting to discover, more people means more demand on a limited supply

  • Managing change and staying ahead by AB

    HomeStart’s Deborah Dickson shares her tips for managing everything from regulation to digitisation

  • Checking in on Sedgwick by Nicola Middlemiss

    How are the banks progressing on remuneration reforms?

  • Brokers and the bubble by Otiena Ellwand

    Are brokers exacerbating the risks in the housing market?