Chief economist predicts property prices to lead markets to ‘predictability’
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Chief economist predicts property prices to lead markets to ‘predictability’

Chief economist predicts property prices to lead markets to ‘predictability’

by Todd Stevens | October 22, 2018 | 1 minute read

In this episode of the Smart Property Investment Show, Dr Andrew Wilson, chief economist at My Housing Market joins host Phil Tarrant to analyse what we are likely to see going forward with the Australian property market.  

Andrew Wilson, My Housing Market
October 22, 2018

Andrew shares how this changing market will ultimately lead to an area of greater certainty and predictability and explain why property prices will not take the drastic tumble that some have predicted.

Andrew also explains where he thinks the hotspots will be and how you can identify their potential, unpacks the potential of each of the major cities, and why yield rather than capital growth opportunities should be your focus in the current market.

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