Will the Housing Market Crash 30%?

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Will the Housing Market Crash by 30% and what would it mean for Australia?


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  1. The whole thing is that most people wouldn't be able to buy, because that would be the most important reason why prices would drop – hardly someone would be able to buy at high rates.

  2. For starters interest rates will not be going up. And also the borders are about to reopen so the flood of cashed up immigrants into Australia is going to be insane. We're about to see the greatest housing boom in the history of Australia.

  3. Australia is and will be resistant to any market crash just bc investment properties tax privileges. Instead being taxed from luxury you claim all sort of losses (read loops) and free holiday called inspection travel- the list is long. NO MARKET CRASH IN AU!

  4. Given deposits make up less than 30% of what financial institutions can lend, fact is if the rest of the world pushes rates up, cost of funds will be expensive which gets passed to the consumer. Exchange rates will also be impacted with the Aussie dollar devalued costing more for good and services. RBA is just wishing and hoping.

  5. I guess as someone on the PropertyChat forum said; "If this doesn't prove that Aussie property is bulletproof, what will?"
    This person referring to the pandemic and all the government mandated shutdowns.

    I tend to agree with this.

  6. So, I wonder what the solution is.
    We have housing prices outstripping income growth 5 to 1.
    And inflation is far too high.

    In any case, I didn't think the RBA considered housing prices in interest rate settings?

  7. A property crash is impossible in Australia. If there is even a hint of a crash, the government will open up immigration … even more. There is an infinite number of people wanting to immigrate here.

  8. The economic hardship, recession, unemployment and the loss of job caused by covid pandemic is enough to push people into financial ventures. Well, I'm taking a trip into investing because I lost so much during this pandemic. Multi creation of wealth is the best strategy to ensure financial sustainability..

  9. 20% price drop means negative LVR for some, come up with the funds or we sell your home, no funds house sold, which will add more pressure to add the Auction list. Once the banks starts on this type of work it is all down hill from here. Rule one for investors – for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. And then there is – Look Boss the plane, the plane, cheap cheap by the plane load to push down labor prices.

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