Historically, finance and real estate have had a reputation for being large, clunky, and slow to adapt but COVID-19 has changed all that
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Is this sluggish market set to continue – and what can brokers do to assist clients in the interim?
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Buyers are still remaining active in the property market despite tighter lending conditions and hikes in interest rates
The slowdown has been more heavily felt in residential building activity particularly in the multi-unit apartment segment
Rather than the dreaded crash, economists from one financial firm predict that house prices in Sydney and Melbourne will fall gradually
The newly released data also reveals that the percentage of mortgage holders has also decreased since the last census was taken
While this downward trend is mainly due to lower interest rates, borrowers still remain “very sensitive” to future rate changes
Nine out of 10 people who sold their property during the first quarter this year brought in a profit, new research has found