INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

Representatives from Australia’s property sector discuss how they are managing the financial risks associated with climate change.

Nationwide dwelling prices have fallen 4% since their peak in November 2017. How much further will prices decline? As you’d expect there is no simple answer.

The last month of winter saw the housing market correction deepen, with dwelling values falling across five of Australia’s eight capital cities. CoreLogic’s national index was down three tenths of a percent over the month taking the cumulative decline since values peaked in September last year to 2.2%.

Our expectation for the Australian economy is that GDP will increase by just under 3.0% in 2018 and 2019.

Property issuance in the US Private Placement market is back in favour with investors across North America.

Caution but not panic is the mantra among top Australian property investors as they adjust to a new phase of the market cycle.

Last month we saw our national index move through the tenth straight month of falling home values.

Overall sentiment in commercial property markets (measured by the NAB Commercial Property Index) moderated in Q2. The Index fell 4 points to +17 but remains well above its long-term average (+3).

In today’s Weekly we review the important speech by APRA Chair Wayne Byres last week, which covered developments in housing lending standards.

China’s M2 money supply grew less than expected on Friday.

CoreLogic’s national housing market index showed a remarkable reversal in housing market conditions over the past year.

The NAB Residential Property Index fell sharply in the June quarter 2018, down 17 points to +6 to sit at its lowest level since mid-2016 and well below its long-term average (+14).

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