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  • Weekly Economic Update with Nerida Conisbee

    As we head to the end of the year, we take a deeper look into our auction data for the year to see which were the most competitive suburbs, and which suburbs achieved 100 per cent clearance rates. This year’s most competitive suburbs The year 2021 was the most competitive … Read more

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  • Government Releases Exposure Draft Legislation On The Reinsurance Pool

    The Morrison Government has today released draft legislation on the reinsurance pool for cyclones and related flood damage. This is the next step in delivering the Government’s commitment to establishing a reinsurance pool that will support and protect hardworking people in Northern Australia. We have listened to Australians who live … Read more

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  • Reinsurance Pool For Cyclones & Related Flood Damage

    Improving insurance affordability for northern Australia The Government is implementing a reinsurance pool for cyclones and related flood damage, which will be backed by a $10 billion Government guarantee and cover household, residential strata and small business property insurance policies. The Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation (ARPC) will operate the pool … Read more

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  • Weekly Economic Update With Nerida Conisbee

    This week we take a look at whether house prices double every ten years, as well as how market dynamics are changing as we get to the end of the year. Do house prices double every 10 years? Property is seen as a worthwhile investment for a number of reasons … Read more

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  • Weekly Economic Update with Nerida Conisbee

    This week we take a look at Australia’s most expensive and cheapest streets, as well as the fastest growing state (and the states that contracted) during the pandemic Where are Australia’s most expensive and cheapest streets? The most expensive suburb in Australia is Point Piper, while the cheapest is the … Read more

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  • Weekly Economic Updae with Nerida Conisbee

    This week the RBA reiterated that at some point interest rates will increase, although this is still not imminent. Also this week, APRA’s chairman commented that it didn’t feel it had to throw the whole toolkit at restricting finance right away. So with rates still on hold and APRA treading … Read more

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  • Weekly Economic Update With Nerida Conisbee

    This week we take a look at the top suburbs for singles, as well as take a closer look to see whether we are currently seeing a house price slowdown Top suburbs for singles Today is Singles’ Day! For those unfamiliar with it, the day started in China as a … Read more

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  • Weekly Economic Update

    This week I take a look at September’s strong inflation numbers and what it means to property, as well as the top suburbs for returning expats Inflation jumps – what does it mean to property? No surprises, inflation remained high in the September quarter, recording a three per cent rise … Read more

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  • Whitsunday Coast Airport Flight Numbers Soaring

    With Christmas fast approaching and the Queensland border fully open from December 17, Whitsunday Coast Airport (WCA) is gearing up for a record shattering period with up to 70 weekly flights scheduled over the holiday season. Whitsunday Regional Council Mayor Andrew Willcox said there was perfect synergy with the Whitsundays … Read more

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  • Ray White Economics Weekly Update

    This week I take a look at our most wanted. Where we want to buy and rent, based on price growth and where we want to be, based on population movements. Our most wanted city (and suburbs) There really has been no suburb or city untouched by COVID accelerated demand. … Read more

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