In as we speak’s episode economist Steve Eager explains why Australia is in a property bubble and what you are able to do about it.
Is there at the moment an Australian property bubble? Some specialists say that there’s and that costs in property may fall by as a lot as 40% or extra. Whereas different specialists say that we aren’t. At present, I’ve with me an knowledgeable within the Australian property bubble, an economist, Steve Eager, who understands this problem like no one else.
I used to be actually excited to get him on and to grasp why he believes that we’re in a property bubble in Australia, to speak by way of a few of the statistics and to additionally actually get an thought of is that this bubble prone to pop within the close to future and what can we do about it as buyers. I’m actually excited to have this interview as we speak on whether or not or not Australia is experiencing a property bubble and what we are able to do about it.
I do wish to apologize forward of time for the standard of the recording. The web at my home wasn’t performing very properly once we did this and we’re speaking to one another on the other sides of the world. Sadly, there are some areas the place the audio cuts out or it’s not too sturdy and the video will be fairly pixelated. So simply watch out for that, I do apologize for that, however there wasn’t a lot I may do. However this undoubtedly an interview price watching.
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