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As first-home buyers make greater use of mortgages to fund purchases than do repeat buyers, a shift in the composition of turnover helps to explain the recent divergence in movements in housing prices and loan approvals.
While housing turnover varies over time, on average,...
Even adjusting for inflation, housing prices have risen by roughly 12 per cent over the past year in the major cities, and by not much less in regional areas. This paper looks at the implications.
The paper concludes that the recent data suggest that...
The recent Global Financial Crisis has generated more cautious spending amongst Australians with many now prefering to pay off home loans and mortgages and focussing more on saving rather than spending.
In the period since the previous Financial Stability Review, global financial conditions have...