• House Prices in the UK in 2018

    This week, Aran talks about what is happening to the house prices in the UK right now and shares with you some stats and some background, so you can make an informed decision about what you want to model at. ____________________________________________________ If you liked this video, you will love our video all about tax and the tax changes. Click the link to watch now! http://arancurry.co.uk/taxweb To get free access to videos like this all the time then follow me on my social media pages where I post my free video’s and weekly blogs. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arancurryfan/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/arancurry Aran Curry Blog: http://arancurry.tumblr.com/ If you find these video’s useful, you can actually get a FREE copy of my book ‘The Property Coach’ here: https://a...

    published: 27 Feb 2018
  • Brexit - and how it affects house prices

    The results are in, the UK has voted to leave the EU. But what does that mean for you, your property and future investments? Aran Curry has created this short video to answer those exact questions. Having invested in property for the last twenty years and helped 1000 clients to purchase their first and subsequent investment properties, Aran knows what it takes to get outstanding property investing results. ____________________________________________________ If you liked this video, you will love our video all about tax and the tax changes. Click the link to watch now! http://arancurry.co.uk/taxweb To get free access to videos like this all the time then follow me on my social media pages where I post my free video’s and weekly blogs. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arancurryfa...

    published: 24 Jun 2016
  • China Is Trying To Keep Shanghai's Soaring Property Market Under Control (HBO)

    Shanghai’s property market is super hot, with surging demand for new apartments and prices in September hitting an all-time high, as the new middle class becomes the urban elite. Those who can afford to are even snapping up their second or third property as status symbols. People born into Mao’s China in the 1950s and ’60s are now enjoying an economic emancipation since the country opened itself up to foreign investment in the ’90s, creating a new consumer class. But income disparity in China is increasing and over the next decade, a projected 400 million will move to China’s cities. The Chinese government, fearing a widening inequality gap between the cities and the countryside, is struggling to control the bubble. Read: "The many ways China has responded to Trump" - http://bit.ly/2hhD...

    published: 22 Dec 2016
  • What Will Happen To Property Prices Now The Election Is Over

    Our take on what the housing market impact will be on the housing market after the hung parliament.

    published: 12 Jun 2017
  • Mozambique's property boom | FT World

    ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs A rush to develop Mozambique’s oil and gas reserves has led to a property boom in the country’s capital of Maputo. Andrew England reports on the impact foreign investment and rising prices are having on the local economy. ► What is Conscious Capitalism? http://bit.ly/1d5r0Z8 ► FT Markets: http://bit.ly/1J5HNd3 ► FT Global Economy: http://bit.ly/1J5mmqH

    published: 05 Sep 2014
  • Friday lunchtime lecture: Empty homes and house prices: is there a relationship?

    House prices are a popular topic of conversation in the UK. Less popular is the rate the prices are increasing. The UK average house price has increased 30% since the 2008 crash, and London house prices have gone up 75%, according to the Land Registry House price index from September 2008 to September 2017. In London, price increases are often blamed on empty homes bought as investments by rich foreigners. Areas such as Cornwall and the Lake District blame price increases on holiday homes bought by rich Londoners. However, there is very little data supporting or against these beliefs. Jonathan Bourne spent a year sending Freedom of Information requests to gather a dataset from over 100 local authorities. He was interested in data on 'low use properties', which are domestic properties tha...

    published: 24 Nov 2017
  • RERA effect: Property rates may further come down

    With an aim to regulate the real estate sector, the Real Estate and Regulatory Authority Act was brought into effect on May 1, and home buyers may benefit further as a decline in land prices is likely. Subscribe to Times Of India's Youtube channel here: http://goo.gl/WgIatu Also Subscribe to Bombay Times Youtube Channel here: http://goo.gl/AdXcgU Social Media Links: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TimesofIndia Twitter : https://twitter.com/timesofindia Google + : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+timesindia/posts

    published: 01 Jun 2017
  • UK House Prices Momentum Crash Warns of 2017 Bear Market

    The June 8th general election result delivering 'chaos and uncertainty' instead of 'strong and stable' not only shocked Britain's political and media establishment but also looks like the UK economy suffered a heart attack with confidence fast evaporating as the economy slows down which makes a mockery of the Bank of England MPC clowns persisting in their talk of raising UK interest rates this year. And along with evaporating economic confidence is the confidence in the UK housing market that risks bringing a 5 year housing bull market to an abrupt end! And this is even before we see the chaos that will ensue once Theresa May quits as PM that risks triggering another chaos inducing general election! Taking a closer look at the state of the UK housing market shows a fast slowdown in moment...

    published: 22 Jul 2017
  • 3 Factors You Didn't Know That Truly Influence "House Prices" | Investing 101 ANIMATION

    Jack worked really hard to save up a reserve, mainly to invest in the property market once the house prices drop. He heard that the house prices must drop during interest rate hikes, so he delayed his plan in order to wait for the interest rate hike cycle. Francis, on the other hand, owned a property already, she also believes that house prices will drop when the interest rate rises, so she sold her property and rent instead. However, when interest rate hikes, house prices go up unexpectedly. One of the biggest life-related mistakes Jack and Francis have ever made, and so it happens to most of us. Let's find out what are the real factors behind investing in housing market. First factor is economy. When there is an economic growth, the per capita income will rise and the unemployment rat...

    published: 05 Feb 2017
  • Historical Housing Prices Put in Perspective

    How much have housing prices gone up in the past 30 years? Let’s look at the numbers in perspective, compared with five other commonplace things like a Big Mac. Spoiler alert: Housing prices were not the fastest growing! Follow us on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/realtor.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/realtordotcom Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/realtordotcom Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/realtordotcom Google+: http://plus.google.com/+REALTORdotcom

    published: 12 Oct 2015
  • ABP LIVE: Property prices likely to go down in General Budget 2014-15

    For latest breaking news, other top stories log on to: http://www.abplive.in & http://www.youtube.com/abpnewsTV

    published: 09 Jul 2014
  • The £29billion Collapse - House Prices Fall In Every Single Part Of Britain In 2017 Except Wales

    The £29billion Collapse - House Prices Fall In Every Single Part Of Britain In 2017 Except Wales North, south, east and west - every part of England and Scotland has seen house prices fall in 2017. This is where's been hit worst and the one place prices are still rising Homes across Britain have seen £29billion shaved off their total value since the start of the year, according to a website. Zoopla said homes across the UK are now valued at £7.93 trillion in total - down £29 billion since the start of 2017. The fall, seen between the start of January and the end of March, equates to a decrease of £1,004 in the average value of a home over the three-month period - or a decline of £11.15 in the value of a property per day. Zoopla, which analysed data on its website to make the findings, ...

    published: 15 Apr 2017
  • As Taiwan’s housing prices soar, average age of first marriage higher than ever

    Taiwanese are waiting ever longer to get married, according to the national statistics bureau. The average age for a man to get married is now 32, and on average women are almost 30 when they walk down the aisle -- that''s more than 2 years older than a decade ago. The main reason? Unaffordable housing. This apartment tempts buyers with its beautiful views. But many potential house-buyers are put off by astronomic property prices. Home ownership has become one of the cruelest rites of passage for couples hoping to get married. According to a new report from the Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics, the median age of first marriages in Taiwan is rising every year. In 2016, it stood at 32 years for men and 29.7 for women – up 2.2 years from a decade ago.Experts believe th...

    published: 08 Apr 2018
  • Housing prices worldwide jump nearly 50% in 10 years

    "살 곳이 없다" 세계 집값 10년새 50%↑…한국 30년새 360%↑ Property prices have soared globally over the past ten years. While that's great news for those who already own homes,... the problem is... more and more people,... especially the young, are finding it practically impossible to get on the property ladder. Kim Min-ji reports. Housing prices around the world have soared nearly 50 percent on average over the past decade. According to the Bank of International Settlements,... Hong Kong saw the biggest jump. Hong Kong's property price index stood at 93-point-four in the third quarter of 2005,... but by the same period in 2015,... the figure had surged to 305. That's up nearly 230 percent. To give that some context,... if a house was valued at three million dollars in 2005,... it would be worth about ten ...

    published: 24 Mar 2016
  • Breaking News - Zoopla reveals house prices rise £28 a DAY in 2017

    Homeowners have been 'earning' almost £30 a day by doing little more than sitting still on the property ladder, it has been revealed.The typical British home rose in value by a total of £9,652 this year, the equivalent of £28 per day, according to new research by Zoopla.The seaside resort of Clevedon in North Somerset was this year's biggest winner in percentage terms, seeing house prices grow by 11.6 per cent, to reach an average value of £334,245, the property website says.It was followed by the market town of Ashbourne in Derbyshire at 11.59 per cent, reaching £354,815 and Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire at 11.38 per cent - climbing to an average of £299,543.The bumper cash rewards are, of course, meaningless until homeowners sell the property and crystallize the gains.Overall, Britain's ...

    published: 28 Dec 2017
  • High property prices force Londoners to move city

    Keep up-to-date with the latest news, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/AFP-subscribe The housing crisis in London has forced more and more people to leave the capital for cities like Birmingham. It's one of the major issues of the UK general election. Follow AFP English on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AFPnewsenglish Latest news on AFP English Twitter: https://twitter.com/AFP Share your top stories on Google+ http://bit.ly/AFP-Gplus

    published: 17 Apr 2015
  • Newer immigrants drive Canadian housing market

    Average house price in the hottest market in Canada is $740,000

    published: 13 Jan 2015
  • Rent or Buy Condos in Pattaya - Jomtien Property for Sale

    Rent to Buy programs available making it easy to own your home or invest in a condo around Jomtien -Pattaya large selection of properties for sale-rent. https://rent-buy-thailand.com/ Rent or buy in Thailand with over 16 years experience of Real Estate in Thailand, we buy, sell, remodel and rent condo Pattaya, buy condo Pattaya and Jomtien. Our team of fantastic tradesmen renovate all of our properties to a high specification, allowing you to enjoy your dream house or vacation in Pattaya, Thailand. If you are thinking of buying a property in Thailand - find your dream home in or around Pattaya and Jomtien with us - we can make it happen with various flexible payment plans, the easiest way to buy your home. We have a large portfolio of properties to rent or buy in Pattaya, please visit...

    published: 03 May 2017
  • Tempa T to be London's New Mayor?: VOTE TEMPA T #01 - House Prices

    Like This? You Should Subscribe Here Now: http://bit.ly/VErZkw Who better to be the Mayor of Europe's biggest city than East London Grime MC, Tempa T?! In our first episode of "VOTE TEMPA T" we get taken along "Billionaire's Row" as Tempz blows up about the cost of housing in London and how there's no room for his two dogs Freckle and Jeckle. Tempz will be back next Monday with part 2 of his Manifesto. And remember to #VOTETEMPAT on Twitter and Google+ ** During the 2012 London mayoral election, Noisey lost interest with the procession of stuffy white limeys and entered the race with our VOTE TEMPA T campaign with our favorite East London grime MC. Voters tune in once a week to get Tempz' thoughts on public bikes, the London riots, and rising housing prices. Subscribe to Noisey on Yo...

    published: 19 Mar 2012
  • What impact is the General election likely to have on house prices?

    Watch our Pre-Election Roundtable discussion featuring a panel of five property experts. In this video, the panel discuss the impact the General election is likely to have on house prices. Watch the full video at http://goo.gl/1R72x8 On the panel: Michael Robson, Chief Executive of Andrews Stephen Smith, Director at Legal & General Network Tom Lacey a Chartered Tax Advisor Andy Tilsley from Nationwide Mike Day, a specialist in issues around shared ownership and other models of affordable housing The event was chair by Richard Lyddon.

    published: 20 Jul 2015
  • House Prices are falling but they probably won’t fall quickly

    House Prices are falling but they probably won’t fall quickly There is a small but vibrant web forum, housepricecrash.co.uk, whose members’ outrage at inflated property prices is matched only by their dismay that the longed-for slump has never materialised. After Nationwide reported last week that house prices had fallen for the third month in a row, its faithful believe the day of reckoning is finally coming. The average home fell in value by 0.2% in May, said Nationwide, following on from declines of 0.4% in April and 0.3% in March. Not since the height of the financial crisis in 2009 have prices fallen for three months in a row. When the report of that data was published on theguardian.com, the highest-rated response below the line was: “If you have a house for sale, drop the price bec...

    published: 05 Jun 2017
  • Is UK property a bad investment?

    The UK housing market has trounced inflation for much of the last two decades, but we think that may be about to change. Rising interest rates, lower real wage growth and the prospect of a Government correcting the supply-demand imbalance are set to weaken the prospects for UK house prices. See more on our website: https://pensioncraft.com/uk-property-bad-investment/ The government's "Fixing our broken housing market" white paper sets out a plan to increase the level of housebuilding to meet demand https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/housing-white-paper

    published: 28 Feb 2017
  • 11 Cheapest Places in the US to Buy a Home

    Please Remember to Subscribe! ► https://goo.gl/P5ZUPk ► Follow me on Twitter: https://goo.gl/el5pYm ► Facebook: https://goo.gl/XflDvj ----------------------------------------­----- 11 Cheapest Places in the US to Buy a Home. A house is usually the biggest purchase a person will make in their lifetime. Home costs vary widely throughout the country, with houses in and closer to big cities usually having larger price tags. We’ve collected data using market analysis for each town based on market values, as well as average home price listings, currently reported on Zillow.com. The results of this analysis offer a pretty diverse range of options in a multitude of states across the nation. Not in any particular order, here are the top 11 cheapest places in the US to buy a home. 1. Detroit, Mich...

    published: 31 Aug 2017
  • Property prices predicted to decline 2016/17: Ricardo Goncalves

    Property owners are being warned not to expect double digit growth again, with one property analyst expecting prices to decline in 2016/17. Low interest rates and a shortfall in dwelling supply have underpinned house prices in recent years, but that is about to change. A housing construction boom is currently underway, which will eventually even out supply and demand. For more SBS Business Reporter, Ricardo Goncalves, spoke with BIS Shrapnel property analyst, Angie Zigomanis to find out which cities are at risk.

    published: 01 Jul 2014
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House Prices in the UK in 2018
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House Prices in the UK in 2018

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This week, Aran talks about what is happening to the house prices in the UK right now and shares with you some stats and some background, so you can make an informed decision about what you want to model at. ____________________________________________________ If you liked this video, you will love our video all about tax and the tax changes. Click the link to watch now! http://arancurry.co.uk/taxweb To get free access to videos like this all the time then follow me on my social media pages where I post my free video’s and weekly blogs. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arancurryfan/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/arancurry Aran Curry Blog: http://arancurry.tumblr.com/ If you find these video’s useful, you can actually get a FREE copy of my book ‘The Property Coach’ here: https://arancurry.clickfunnels.com/op... To find out more about Aran Curry and the brilliant education he has to offer, visit the website at http://arancurry.co.uk/ --------------------------------------------------------------- About Aran Aran Curry is one of the market leading educators and ‘do it for you’ leaders in the UK property industry. An investor with twenty years’ experience, over 110 properties of his own and over 100 joint venture properties. In the last three years alone he has educated over 20,000 people and helped them on their property journey. With his team he has helped investors, clients and himself to buy over 1000 UK buy to let properties.
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Brexit - and how it affects house prices
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Brexit - and how it affects house prices

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The results are in, the UK has voted to leave the EU. But what does that mean for you, your property and future investments? Aran Curry has created this short video to answer those exact questions. Having invested in property for the last twenty years and helped 1000 clients to purchase their first and subsequent investment properties, Aran knows what it takes to get outstanding property investing results. ____________________________________________________ If you liked this video, you will love our video all about tax and the tax changes. Click the link to watch now! http://arancurry.co.uk/taxweb To get free access to videos like this all the time then follow me on my social media pages where I post my free video’s and weekly blogs. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arancurryfan/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/arancurry Aran Curry Blog: http://arancurry.tumblr.com/ If you find these video’s useful, you can actually get a FREE copy of my book ‘The Property Coach’ here: https://arancurry.clickfunnels.com/op... To find out more about Aran Curry and the brilliant education he has to offer, visit the website at http://arancurry.co.uk/ --------------------------------------------------------------- About Aran Aran Curry is one of the market leading educators and ‘do it for you’ leaders in the UK property industry. An investor with twenty years’ experience, over 110 properties of his own and over 100 joint venture properties. In the last three years alone he has educated over 20,000 people and helped them on their property journey. With his team he has helped investors, clients and himself to buy over 1000 UK buy to let properties.
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China Is Trying To Keep Shanghai's Soaring Property Market Under Control (HBO)
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China Is Trying To Keep Shanghai's Soaring Property Market Under Control (HBO)

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Shanghai’s property market is super hot, with surging demand for new apartments and prices in September hitting an all-time high, as the new middle class becomes the urban elite. Those who can afford to are even snapping up their second or third property as status symbols. People born into Mao’s China in the 1950s and ’60s are now enjoying an economic emancipation since the country opened itself up to foreign investment in the ’90s, creating a new consumer class. But income disparity in China is increasing and over the next decade, a projected 400 million will move to China’s cities. The Chinese government, fearing a widening inequality gap between the cities and the countryside, is struggling to control the bubble. Read: "The many ways China has responded to Trump" - http://bit.ly/2hhDS5E Watch: "All the times Trump has upset China since winning the presidency" - http://bit.ly/2hMTDAL Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo
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What Will Happen To Property Prices Now The Election Is Over
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What Will Happen To Property Prices Now The Election Is Over

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Our take on what the housing market impact will be on the housing market after the hung parliament.
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Mozambique's property boom | FT World
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Mozambique's property boom | FT World

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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs A rush to develop Mozambique’s oil and gas reserves has led to a property boom in the country’s capital of Maputo. Andrew England reports on the impact foreign investment and rising prices are having on the local economy. ► What is Conscious Capitalism? http://bit.ly/1d5r0Z8 ► FT Markets: http://bit.ly/1J5HNd3 ► FT Global Economy: http://bit.ly/1J5mmqH
https://wn.com/Mozambique's_Property_Boom_|_Ft_World
Friday lunchtime lecture: Empty homes and house prices: is there a relationship?
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Friday lunchtime lecture: Empty homes and house prices: is there a relationship?

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House prices are a popular topic of conversation in the UK. Less popular is the rate the prices are increasing. The UK average house price has increased 30% since the 2008 crash, and London house prices have gone up 75%, according to the Land Registry House price index from September 2008 to September 2017. In London, price increases are often blamed on empty homes bought as investments by rich foreigners. Areas such as Cornwall and the Lake District blame price increases on holiday homes bought by rich Londoners. However, there is very little data supporting or against these beliefs. Jonathan Bourne spent a year sending Freedom of Information requests to gather a dataset from over 100 local authorities. He was interested in data on 'low use properties', which are domestic properties that contain no full-time resident. The data covers 22 million people and 330,000 low-use properties. The data shows a clear relationship between price and low-use properties. In this talk, Jonathan will discuss his findings, showing how London is affected in the same way as the rest of the country and that building more houses may not help solve the problem of high prices. He will also describe how he got the data and what he learned about the Freedom of Information Act. Jonathan Bourne is a data scientist who previously worked in the energy industry and is currently studying for a PhD in Complex Networks at University College London. When he has the time, he blogs on SomeSquaredError.
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RERA effect: Property rates may further come down
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RERA effect: Property rates may further come down

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With an aim to regulate the real estate sector, the Real Estate and Regulatory Authority Act was brought into effect on May 1, and home buyers may benefit further as a decline in land prices is likely. Subscribe to Times Of India's Youtube channel here: http://goo.gl/WgIatu Also Subscribe to Bombay Times Youtube Channel here: http://goo.gl/AdXcgU Social Media Links: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TimesofIndia Twitter : https://twitter.com/timesofindia Google + : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+timesindia/posts
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UK House Prices Momentum Crash Warns of 2017 Bear Market
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UK House Prices Momentum Crash Warns of 2017 Bear Market

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The June 8th general election result delivering 'chaos and uncertainty' instead of 'strong and stable' not only shocked Britain's political and media establishment but also looks like the UK economy suffered a heart attack with confidence fast evaporating as the economy slows down which makes a mockery of the Bank of England MPC clowns persisting in their talk of raising UK interest rates this year. And along with evaporating economic confidence is the confidence in the UK housing market that risks bringing a 5 year housing bull market to an abrupt end! And this is even before we see the chaos that will ensue once Theresa May quits as PM that risks triggering another chaos inducing general election! Taking a closer look at the state of the UK housing market shows a fast slowdown in momentum, which even at the time the election was called was flashing a red warning sign that Theresa May's dreams of winning a massive landslide majority was unlikely to materialise.... Support our Youtube Channel - https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=RBNAQG63P2VAU Ensure you are subscribed for in-depth analysis and detailed trend forecasts: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MarketOracleTV and subscribe to our free newsletter http://www.marketoracle.info/?p=subscribe&id=1 and visit http://www.marketoracle.co.uk for more. https://youtu.be/G_kAl15x6Xc
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3 Factors You Didn't Know That Truly Influence "House Prices" | Investing 101 ANIMATION
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3 Factors You Didn't Know That Truly Influence "House Prices" | Investing 101 ANIMATION

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Jack worked really hard to save up a reserve, mainly to invest in the property market once the house prices drop. He heard that the house prices must drop during interest rate hikes, so he delayed his plan in order to wait for the interest rate hike cycle. Francis, on the other hand, owned a property already, she also believes that house prices will drop when the interest rate rises, so she sold her property and rent instead. However, when interest rate hikes, house prices go up unexpectedly. One of the biggest life-related mistakes Jack and Francis have ever made, and so it happens to most of us. Let's find out what are the real factors behind investing in housing market. First factor is economy. When there is an economic growth, the per capita income will rise and the unemployment rate will drop. People are able to earn more, which helps to boost consumption in general. For example, during 1996-1997, the growth in Asia was strong leading the growth of all assets. The housing market was even almost doubled up. The bubble burst in 1997 and the SARS crisis, when investors lost confidence of the market and the house prices sunk until 2004-2005. The second factor is interest rate. Would the house prices really rise under low interest rate environment? Or it would fall under high interest rate environment? Market has always anticipated a significant fall in house prices during interest rate hike because it increases the housing and mortgage costs. However, this is a misconception. The interest rate hike is really caused by rapid growth in economy. The purpose of the hike is to slow down the economic growth and eventually lead to a more steady growth in house prices. For example, during 1996-1997 and 2004-2006 global interest rate hike cycle, house prices repetitively hit new highs instead. The third factor is the regional demand and supply. Take Hong Kong as an example, there are a lot of lands but they are far from the city and cannot be developed. That provides a limited supply in land and act as a support of the house prices. Moreover Hong Kong as a global financial center, the regions near the commercial area will have a greater support in house prices just like Manhattan in the US and London in UK. The above have summed up real factors affecting the house prices. We hope none of us will make the same life-time mistakes by trusting the wrong myths. =============================== YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCc33m48vLcYXxgfnwtytK-g Facebook: https://facebook.com/161384107682138
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Historical Housing Prices Put in Perspective
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Historical Housing Prices Put in Perspective

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How much have housing prices gone up in the past 30 years? Let’s look at the numbers in perspective, compared with five other commonplace things like a Big Mac. Spoiler alert: Housing prices were not the fastest growing! Follow us on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/realtor.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/realtordotcom Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/realtordotcom Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/realtordotcom Google+: http://plus.google.com/+REALTORdotcom
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ABP LIVE: Property prices likely to go down in General Budget 2014-15
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ABP LIVE: Property prices likely to go down in General Budget 2014-15

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For latest breaking news, other top stories log on to: http://www.abplive.in & http://www.youtube.com/abpnewsTV
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The £29billion Collapse - House Prices Fall In Every Single Part Of Britain In 2017 Except Wales
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The £29billion Collapse - House Prices Fall In Every Single Part Of Britain In 2017 Except Wales

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The £29billion Collapse - House Prices Fall In Every Single Part Of Britain In 2017 Except Wales North, south, east and west - every part of England and Scotland has seen house prices fall in 2017. This is where's been hit worst and the one place prices are still rising Homes across Britain have seen £29billion shaved off their total value since the start of the year, according to a website. Zoopla said homes across the UK are now valued at £7.93 trillion in total - down £29 billion since the start of 2017. The fall, seen between the start of January and the end of March, equates to a decrease of £1,004 in the average value of a home over the three-month period - or a decline of £11.15 in the value of a property per day. Zoopla, which analysed data on its website to make the findings, said Wales is the only country in Britain to have seen property values increase over the last three months, with a 0.4% increase. Quarterly change in house prices The odd bright spot Despite the recent general decline, property values across England, Scotland and Wales are still higher than they were a year ago, Zoopla said. At a local level, Tredegar in South Wales was identified as Britain's biggest property hotspot for growth in values over the past three months, with a 1.83% increase. Nearby Ebbw Vale has also seen property values jump by 1.63% since the start of the year. Top towns for house price growth so far in 2017 Leominster in Herefordshire, Broadstairs in Kent, Godalming in Surrey, Chepstow in Monmouthshire, Ossett in West Yorkshire and Brixham in Devon have also bucked the general downward trend in property values over the last three months - all recording increases. The worst performers At the other end of the spectrum, Bridport in Dorset has seen the biggest decline in property values over the last three months, with a 2.06% fall, the research found. Parts of London and the surrounding commuter belt were also among the areas to see the biggest declines in property values since the start of the year, including Morden, Northwood and Waltham Cross. Some recent housing market reports have said that parts of Britain where house prices are already high and affordability is stretched are seeing a cooldown in house price growth, while areas where home affordability is less stretched are seeing bigger upswings in price growth. Towns with the biggest falls in property values The average value of a home in Tredegar is £102,062, while an average home in Bridport is valued at more than three times this, at £325,380, according to Zoopla's figures. Zoopla spokesman Lawrence Hall said: "We have seen a small fall in house price growth for the first quarter of this year; however, annually prices across Britain are up 1.44%. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/29billion-collapse-house-prices-fall-10224876
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As Taiwan’s housing prices soar, average age of first marriage higher than ever
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As Taiwan’s housing prices soar, average age of first marriage higher than ever

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Taiwanese are waiting ever longer to get married, according to the national statistics bureau. The average age for a man to get married is now 32, and on average women are almost 30 when they walk down the aisle -- that''s more than 2 years older than a decade ago. The main reason? Unaffordable housing. This apartment tempts buyers with its beautiful views. But many potential house-buyers are put off by astronomic property prices. Home ownership has become one of the cruelest rites of passage for couples hoping to get married. According to a new report from the Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics, the median age of first marriages in Taiwan is rising every year. In 2016, it stood at 32 years for men and 29.7 for women – up 2.2 years from a decade ago.Experts believe that a housing market out of step with wages is the main driver of the trend towards later and later marriage.Prof. Chuang Ming-hangTakming University of Science and TechnologyThis period of rising prices started in the second half of 2003 and continued until the present. At the highest point, property prices in Taipei City had increased by about 130%. No matter you much you’re making, it’s unlikely that you’ll amass NT$10 million in assets in ten years. Experts say that young people are putting most of their earnings into paying off mortgages, with no extra money to support their parents or raise children. This will affect the birth rate and even long-term care for the elderly.
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Housing prices worldwide jump nearly 50% in 10 years
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Housing prices worldwide jump nearly 50% in 10 years

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"살 곳이 없다" 세계 집값 10년새 50%↑…한국 30년새 360%↑ Property prices have soared globally over the past ten years. While that's great news for those who already own homes,... the problem is... more and more people,... especially the young, are finding it practically impossible to get on the property ladder. Kim Min-ji reports. Housing prices around the world have soared nearly 50 percent on average over the past decade. According to the Bank of International Settlements,... Hong Kong saw the biggest jump. Hong Kong's property price index stood at 93-point-four in the third quarter of 2005,... but by the same period in 2015,... the figure had surged to 305. That's up nearly 230 percent. To give that some context,... if a house was valued at three million dollars in 2005,... it would be worth about ten million in 2015. Over the same period,... Sweden saw its index jump nearly 92 percent... and Norway nearly 83 percent. However, for the U.S.,... prices actually fell almost five percent -- which is mainly attributed to a plunge in housing prices in the wake of the financial crisis in 2008 and 2009. In general worldwide,... it's becoming harder for households, especially the younger generation,... to buy a home,... as the growth in income has not been rising as fast. Online pricing database Numbeo says people in 59 out of 102 countries worldwide would need to save their yearly income for at least ten years in order to buy a house in their country. Hong Kong topped the list yet again,... with a price-to-income ratio of just over 37-point-five. This means the average worker would need to work almost 40 years in order to buy a house of their own. Vietnam and Ghana followed in second and third. South Korea sat in at 32nd place. Kim Min-ji, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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Breaking News  - Zoopla reveals house prices rise £28 a DAY in 2017
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Breaking News - Zoopla reveals house prices rise £28 a DAY in 2017

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Homeowners have been 'earning' almost £30 a day by doing little more than sitting still on the property ladder, it has been revealed.The typical British home rose in value by a total of £9,652 this year, the equivalent of £28 per day, according to new research by Zoopla.The seaside resort of Clevedon in North Somerset was this year's biggest winner in percentage terms, seeing house prices grow by 11.6 per cent, to reach an average value of £334,245, the property website says.It was followed by the market town of Ashbourne in Derbyshire at 11.59 per cent, reaching £354,815 and Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire at 11.38 per cent - climbing to an average of £299,543.The bumper cash rewards are, of course, meaningless until homeowners sell the property and crystallize the gains.Overall, Britain's property market is now valued at a total of £8.29trillion, marking a rise of 3.5 per cent - £280billion - since the start of the yearAt the other end of the scale, the areas that had seen the biggest declines in the house price growth rates include Leigh in Greater Manchester.It is the worst performer with values falling by an average of 4.61 per cent to £124,134.Walton-on-Thames in Surrey is not far behind with values declining by 3.32 per cent to £630,468, and Houghton Le Spring in County Durham is third from bottom after experiencing an average decrease of 3.21 per cent, taking the average property value down to £139,714.At a regional level, Scotland saw the biggest growth in house prices during the past year, 8.44 per cent to an average of £191,915.It is followed by England, where values have increased 3.21 per cent on average to £328,380.In Wales, the average home is today worth £185,378 - up 2.94 per cent since the start of the year.The data also revealed the property-related keyword search trends in 2017, with securing space for a car being high on the agenda for house-hunters.The term 'garage' was the most popular term, while 'parking' rose in the rankings from fourth to second place when compared to this time last year.And for the first time, 'freehold' has entered the top 10 most popular search terms.Lawrence Hall, spokesman for Zoopla, said: '2017 has been an unpredictable and varied year for the British property market, with continued uncertainty surrounding Brexit, the triggering of Article 50 in March and a hard-fought general election in June.'However, the value of housing has proved its resilience in the face of political ambiguity, finishing the year with a solid 3.5 per cent rise – though down year-on-year from the 7.25 per cent growth rate seen in 2016.'Though good news for homeowners, this continued growth does pose ongoing affordability challenges to those trying to get their foot on the first rung of the property ladder.'Recent stamp duty reforms may go some way to help, but there's more to be done in 2018 to improve the picture for first-time buyers.' AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/property/article-5215595/Zoopla-reveals-house-prices-rise-28-DAY-2017.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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High property prices force Londoners to move city
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High property prices force Londoners to move city

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Keep up-to-date with the latest news, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/AFP-subscribe The housing crisis in London has forced more and more people to leave the capital for cities like Birmingham. It's one of the major issues of the UK general election. Follow AFP English on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AFPnewsenglish Latest news on AFP English Twitter: https://twitter.com/AFP Share your top stories on Google+ http://bit.ly/AFP-Gplus
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Newer immigrants drive Canadian housing market
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Newer immigrants drive Canadian housing market

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Average house price in the hottest market in Canada is $740,000
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Rent or Buy Condos in Pattaya - Jomtien Property for Sale
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Rent or Buy Condos in Pattaya - Jomtien Property for Sale

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Rent to Buy programs available making it easy to own your home or invest in a condo around Jomtien -Pattaya large selection of properties for sale-rent. https://rent-buy-thailand.com/ Rent or buy in Thailand with over 16 years experience of Real Estate in Thailand, we buy, sell, remodel and rent condo Pattaya, buy condo Pattaya and Jomtien. Our team of fantastic tradesmen renovate all of our properties to a high specification, allowing you to enjoy your dream house or vacation in Pattaya, Thailand. If you are thinking of buying a property in Thailand - find your dream home in or around Pattaya and Jomtien with us - we can make it happen with various flexible payment plans, the easiest way to buy your home. We have a large portfolio of properties to rent or buy in Pattaya, please visit our website for a selection of available properties. Check our contact page and send us a message for more information and general enquiries. https://rent-buy-thailand.com/contact/
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Tempa T to be London's New Mayor?: VOTE TEMPA T #01 - House Prices
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Tempa T to be London's New Mayor?: VOTE TEMPA T #01 - House Prices

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Like This? You Should Subscribe Here Now: http://bit.ly/VErZkw Who better to be the Mayor of Europe's biggest city than East London Grime MC, Tempa T?! In our first episode of "VOTE TEMPA T" we get taken along "Billionaire's Row" as Tempz blows up about the cost of housing in London and how there's no room for his two dogs Freckle and Jeckle. Tempz will be back next Monday with part 2 of his Manifesto. And remember to #VOTETEMPAT on Twitter and Google+ ** During the 2012 London mayoral election, Noisey lost interest with the procession of stuffy white limeys and entered the race with our VOTE TEMPA T campaign with our favorite East London grime MC. Voters tune in once a week to get Tempz' thoughts on public bikes, the London riots, and rising housing prices. Subscribe to Noisey on YouTube to stay updated on our daily releases: http://www.youtube.com/noisey Videos, daily editorial and more: http://www.noisey.com/ Like Noisey on Facebook: http://fb.com/noisey Follow Noisey on Twitter: http://twitter.com/noiseymusic Read our tumblr: http://noiseymusic.tumblr.com/
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What impact is the General election likely to have on house prices?
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What impact is the General election likely to have on house prices?

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Watch our Pre-Election Roundtable discussion featuring a panel of five property experts. In this video, the panel discuss the impact the General election is likely to have on house prices. Watch the full video at http://goo.gl/1R72x8 On the panel: Michael Robson, Chief Executive of Andrews Stephen Smith, Director at Legal & General Network Tom Lacey a Chartered Tax Advisor Andy Tilsley from Nationwide Mike Day, a specialist in issues around shared ownership and other models of affordable housing The event was chair by Richard Lyddon.
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House Prices are falling but they probably won’t fall quickly
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House Prices are falling but they probably won’t fall quickly

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House Prices are falling but they probably won’t fall quickly There is a small but vibrant web forum, housepricecrash.co.uk, whose members’ outrage at inflated property prices is matched only by their dismay that the longed-for slump has never materialised. After Nationwide reported last week that house prices had fallen for the third month in a row, its faithful believe the day of reckoning is finally coming. The average home fell in value by 0.2% in May, said Nationwide, following on from declines of 0.4% in April and 0.3% in March. Not since the height of the financial crisis in 2009 have prices fallen for three months in a row. When the report of that data was published on theguardian.com, the highest-rated response below the line was: “If you have a house for sale, drop the price because in six months it’s going to be a lot lower.” It is worth taking a closer look at the data. The most striking figure to emerge is that house prices in May actually rose – from £207,699 to £208,711. Nationwide reported them as falling only after making a seasonal adjustment. That may make statistical sense to some, but it’s no comfort to a buyer whose deposit won’t be seasonally adjusted by their bank. The unadjusted figure of £208,711 is actually the all-time record high for house prices in the UK. But a slowdown in London – and outright declines in many boroughs – is evident to any buyer. The capital is both the reception city for migrants, now falling in number, and the exit city for the UK’s financial services industry post-Brexit. It would be remarkable if its rental and sales markets had done anything other than go into reverse. The glut of luxury apartment building only adds to the downward pressure. The question for the 87% of the British population not in London is how far this will ripple beyond the capital. There are some good reasons why it should; the absolute level of prices is so high that further expansion is almost inconceivable. While London prices reflect an international market, in towns and cities elsewhere they must be supported by local UK incomes, which are currently static at best. Crucially, we are also seeing the end of the buy-to-let landlord as the marginal buyer of virtually every new one- or two-bed flat to come on to the market. Stamp duty, higher taxes and strict new affordability tests have sent lending to landlords into freefall. It is a long-overdue rebalancing of the market, and will inevitably depress prices. Every hit on landlords and fall in prices is greeted cheerfully by young adults, who have been priced out of the market. But there’s the rub. The scale of the decline in home ownership among the young has been so dramatic that it has created a vast level of pent-up demand. It means that any significant fall in the market will provoke a “relief rally” of buying by those who have been desperate to get on the fabled ladder. Now throw into this mix Britain’s near permanent failure to build enough houses. Then add migration – yes, it’s down, but instead of the need to build a new city the size of Sheffield each year, it suggests we need to build one the size of Brighton, and there’s little sign of that. What all this tells you is that price falls, when they come, are likely to be moderate rather than steep. Always bear in mind that house prices are largely a function of how much a bank is willing to lend against an asset. Banks and building societies, no longer lending in volume to landlords, are now throwing money at first-time buyers. Rates for 90% loans have tumbled to as low as 1.9% for two-year deals and just 2.55% for five-year fixes. Of course, we can’t rule out a house-price crash. The fog of Brexit will becalm the market for several years to come. But a full-scale crash requires a steep rise in interest rates – and, for now, no one is forecasting that. Sorry, pension fund managers: your relief may be short-lived What do BT and British Airways have in common? You could point to the public relations disasters that dog each organisation: one hitting the headlines recently following its accounting scandal, the other struggling to cope with the after-effects of last weekend’s cancelled flights. The other problem they share is a huge shortfall in their retirement fund. But there is good news on this front, because pension deficits at the UK’s largest companies appear to be falling. Pension adviser Mercer said last week that the collective deficit of final salary pension schemes among FTSE 350 firms fell in the past month by more than £10bn – from £145bn to £134bn. One of the biggest factors was a year of rising stock markets: they are at all- time highs in New York and London. Another, more surprising, factor is a slowdown in decades of improving life expectancy. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jun/04/house-prices-falling-probably-wont-fall-quickly
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Is UK property a bad investment?
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Is UK property a bad investment?

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The UK housing market has trounced inflation for much of the last two decades, but we think that may be about to change. Rising interest rates, lower real wage growth and the prospect of a Government correcting the supply-demand imbalance are set to weaken the prospects for UK house prices. See more on our website: https://pensioncraft.com/uk-property-bad-investment/ The government's "Fixing our broken housing market" white paper sets out a plan to increase the level of housebuilding to meet demand https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/housing-white-paper
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11 Cheapest Places in the US to Buy a Home
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11 Cheapest Places in the US to Buy a Home

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Please Remember to Subscribe! ► https://goo.gl/P5ZUPk ► Follow me on Twitter: https://goo.gl/el5pYm ► Facebook: https://goo.gl/XflDvj ----------------------------------------­----- 11 Cheapest Places in the US to Buy a Home. A house is usually the biggest purchase a person will make in their lifetime. Home costs vary widely throughout the country, with houses in and closer to big cities usually having larger price tags. We’ve collected data using market analysis for each town based on market values, as well as average home price listings, currently reported on Zillow.com. The results of this analysis offer a pretty diverse range of options in a multitude of states across the nation. Not in any particular order, here are the top 11 cheapest places in the US to buy a home. 1. Detroit, Michigan 2. Cleveland, Ohio 3. Park Forest, Illinois 4. Jamestown, New York 5. Utica, New York 6. Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 7. Scranton, Pennsylvania 8. Huntington, Indiana 9. Augusta, Georgia 10. Palatka, Florida 11. Geneva, New York ----------------------------------------­----- Music: https://soundcloud.com/a-himitsu https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgFwu-j5-xNJml2FtTrrB3A ----------------------------------------­----- This video is fair use under U.S. copyright law because it is noncommercial and transformative in nature, uses no more of the original than necessary, and has no negative effect on the market for the original work. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHTS. All rights goes to their respective owners No copyright infringement intended. IMPORTANT If you have any issue with the content used in my channel or you find something that belongs to you, before you claim it to youtube, please SEND ME A MESSAGE and i will DELETE it right away. Thanks for understanding. Thanks for watching!
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Property prices predicted to decline 2016/17: Ricardo Goncalves
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Property prices predicted to decline 2016/17: Ricardo Goncalves

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Property owners are being warned not to expect double digit growth again, with one property analyst expecting prices to decline in 2016/17. Low interest rates and a shortfall in dwelling supply have underpinned house prices in recent years, but that is about to change. A housing construction boom is currently underway, which will eventually even out supply and demand. For more SBS Business Reporter, Ricardo Goncalves, spoke with BIS Shrapnel property analyst, Angie Zigomanis to find out which cities are at risk.
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