PROPERTY

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

Record low interest rates, government support and loan repayment holidays for distressed borrowers have helped to insulate the housing market from a more significant downturn.

Medium term outlook buoyed by positive growth in the Industrial sector despite challenging outlook across Office & Retail asset classes.

Optimistic outlook across the Residential Property market despite varying levels of performance and recovery.

The COVID-19 led economic slowdown had a major impact on commercial market sentiment in Q2.

500k less people means a soft residential construction outlook.

The impact of COVID-19 on the economy has caused sentiment in housing markets to collapse in Q2, with confidence also falling to record lows.

Despite values being down in June, estimates of market activity showed a further improvement from the April low.

NAB Private Customer Executive Greg Morris hosts Charter Keck & Cramer Chairman Scott Keck and NAB Valuations Manager Alex Dimou to discuss the Melbourne residential property landscape and share their positive outlook for the market.

Despite the loss of momentum in housing value growth, buyer numbers have shown a solid rise in May.

Market activity dropped sharply from the second half of March and through April.

Brett Moore, Customer Executive Professional Services leads a discussion with NAB experts Alan Oster, NAB Group Chief Economist, Dean Pearson, Head of Economics Research and Mark Browning, NAB’s Head of Residential Valuations in sharing their view on the varying impacts COVID-19 has had on the Real Estate industry.

NAB Residential Property Index rises to survey high in Q1, but confidence shaken by Coronavirus impact on economy.

The NAB Commercial Property Index fell 8 points to a below average 0 in the March quarter.

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