14 April 2021
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Might as well face it we’re addicted to… property

Our hearts beat in double time, another bid and you'll be mine! Aussies have returned to their addiction, with record auction clearance rates. Is our obsession with bricks and mortar good for us?

Why we want walkability

Why is walkability fast becoming a must-have feature of Australian homes? And which cities are considered the most walkable?

What’s ahead for the property market in 2020?

Here are clues on how the industrial and commercial property sectors should fare next year.

Why Canberra is Australia’s most liveable city

While Melbourne may be the first Australian city that comes to mind when it comes to liveability, John McGrath explains that locals actually rank the national capital as the best.

The house of the future

Shrinking families and an ageing population are changing Australian homes.

2020 ushers in a new moderate growth cycle

As we enter a new moderate growth cycle in Australian property, led by Sydney, here are 8 key things to know about the market in 2020.

Will property come roaring back in 2020?

I’ve been having some interesting discussions with property investors lately and the subject has centred around property and growth. What will 2020 bring?

The year in property

In his final column of the year, John McGrath explains why the property market is ending 2019 on a high note.

Is a housing recovery our only hope?

Can you believe the house price comeback? If it’s not real, then the feeling of being wealthy won’t seep through in 2020 and our economy won’t improve.

Loner living: a local and global trend

The increasing number of single person households is having a significant impact on the property market.

How FIFOs are changing regional property markets

John McGrath explores the new trend of white collar fly-in, fly-out workers relocating to more affordable regional and coastal locations.

A high rise in low-rise housing

After a surge in popularity for high-rise apartments, an anticipated shift in buyer sentiment will see Australians seek more small home options.

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