>>53853085 not many people would think to ask us but luckily for you every australian/NZer on here is an economist so we know for a fact it will collapse on the 9th of February THIS YEAR get in quick mate
>>53853085 hi OP just stopped by to say that luckily you have received 2, i repeat 2, unique posters from Australia (colloquiluckily known as 'The Lucky Country') and New Zealand (or Eastern Australia, the Australian archipelago, or the 7th state) in your thread.
>>53853085 Good evening my septic tank cobber, It has come to my attention you wish to gain access to potential weaknesses and/or flaws in the nation of the Great Southern Land. I regret to inform you that we aren't meant to even communicate with 3rd world rubbish like yourself. Sorry, just following HDI protocol. t. Bruce "Bazza" of Brisbane
Just in the last 15 or so years, every year someone's running around on fire crying that its all going to pop and it'll be terrible. It doesn't At best they get a couple of months (6-12) lull in the prices where things are a bit slower in terms of auctions and the like, then things go apeshit once again for another year or so in terms of prices. Right now there's another lull in prices where things have cooled off a bit due to foreign investment getting their spare cash mauled and arse fucked by the stock markets.
The main areas where houses are expensive is Sydney- mostly the northern suburbs and central coast, Melbourne in the older gentry areas, SE Qld where all the boomers go to die somewhere warm and to some degree there's a couple of places in Perth which are always expensive. Secondaries like Newcastle, Wollongong, Canberra, Darwin, Hobard and Adelaide are still sort of affordable (but relatively high in price compared to anywhere else) and once you get out into the tertiary places and towns they're still comparatively affordable.
The crux is- you live somewhere incomes are higher (major cities and secondaries) then the demand and cost is escalated accordingly, but if you're ok on a smaller wage in a smaller place they tend to be roughly static in their prices.
internet infrastructure and the ability to work from home will drive housing prices in the cities down for sure, that will probably be a long period thing though and the influx of chinese property investment might just prop it up until china collapses of course, Sydney/Melbourne might just become big chinese ghost towns where nobody actually lives there but everyone in china owns a unit
That is left and right by definition though. Its the same everywhere, that's just what the yanks have indeed labelled their parties which is irrelevant. What makes the difference the other way is authoritarian/libertarian
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