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Record-Setting Home Building Boom To Peak In 2015, With Key Markets Set To Move Into Oversupply

By Peter Sarmas on 21 Jul 2015 No Comments

Has the residential building boom already reached its peak and run out of steam? Leading industry analyst and economic forecaster, BIS Shrapnel reports on outlooks for residential and non-residential building and a summary of the total building forecast. ...

Melbourne Auction Results – July 20th, 2015

By Peter Sarmas on 19 Jul 2015 No Comments

Has the turmoil overseas in China and Greece had any impact on Melbourne's property market? Read Peter Sarmas' insights on the July results from the Westpac-Melbourne Institute Sentiment Waning Consumer Index. We also review the results of an auction this weekend in one of Rosanna's premier streets. ...

Melbourne Property Market Update – July 18th, 2015

By Peter Sarmas on 17 Jul 2015 No Comments

How prevalent is Ice in the construction, transport and manufacturing industries? In this week's property market update Sourceable Industry News looks at this worrying trend affecting the construction industry. We also look at the 2015 School Zone Report and also "the green roof" in Australian real estate developments. ...

Strength Versus Function

By Trevor Chetcuti on 17 Jul 2015 No Comments

Did you know that pain is one of the biggest expenses to our health care system? A large part of this comes from structural issues such as low back pain. Trevor Chetcuti explains the importance of ‘core strength’ and how it is responsible for maintaining the structural integrity of the lower spine. ...

Perth Vacancy Rates Continue to Climb

By Louis Christopher on 15 Jul 2015 No Comments

Year-on-year, vacancy rates are down for Canberra, Melbourne, Hobart and to a lesser extent Sydney. Why has Melbourne posted the biggest yearly fall in its vacancy rate from 2.7% to 2.3%? Louis Christopher of SQM Research reports on current data for national real estate vacancy rates and asking rents. ...

Melbourne Auction Results 13th July 2015

By Peter Sarmas on 12 Jul 2015 No Comments

Could we be seeing the start of a collapse in Melbourne’s apartment market? This week Peter Sarmas talks about the latest turmoil in Greece, the Chinese stockmarket and the the impact felt in Australia's property market. He also reviews two property auctions that took place in Richmond this weekend. ...

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