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.

No state or territory will be spared from COVID-19 economic fall-out.

March was the lowest monthly gain in national housing values and likely sets the tone for housing conditions over the coming months.

Housing values surged by 1.1% with 5 capital cities reaching new record-highs last month.

RBA to soon undertake yield curve control, reinforcing fiscal stimulus.

The NAB Commercial Property Index increased 5 points to an above average +8 in Q4.

Housing market update shows the rebound in Australian housing values has continued into 2020.

NAB Residential Property Index rises to a near 6-year high and is now positive in all states.

RBA likely to stay on hold in February – with labour market conditions buying time. But cuts are still coming.

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