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appear to be inflated (when compared to some other developed economies, when compared to the long-term historical average, when compared to rental yields, and when compared to average income), and that this may constitute a real estate bubble . Broadly, Australian property prices have been rising in real terms for over 60 years, rose quickly between 1997 and 2004, and rose sharply again between 2004 and 2008. Since 2009, prices have leveled out at unaffordable levels except for property speculators. This behaviour, in contrast to many other countries during and after the current global financial crisis , has led to concerns about
ING deserves a kick up their standard variable for their idiotic attempt at grabbing a headline this week. Australia’s fifth-largest lender floated the idea of homeowners taking out ‘never-ending mortgages’ that have no fixed term and no requirement to repay any capital along the way. The group’s CEO, Don Koch, was reported in the media saying ‘people are needlessly being denied the chance to buy a property while prices spiral rapidly out of their reach’. The solution, says the banker (which his spinners were at pains to point out to me when I called ‘is only an idea at this stage’), is to ... Read More
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