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The Smart Property Investment editorial team came together to take a deep dive into the biggest property stories of the ...
In this episode of the Smart Property Investment Show, principal economist Tim Reardon from the Housing Industry Association joins host Phil Tarrant to break down the recent shifts that we have seen in the Australian property sector and analyse how the previous property boom will impact the property market going forward.
Tim reveals why growing trade prices and altered planning regulations are impacting the number and type of properties which are being built and how energy prices are impacting investment return in the current economy.
The pair also discuss how a change in government could impact property and building dynamics, how the royal commission has impacted property prices and what can be expected with rental prices in the future.
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