The pace of development in Melbourne and regional growth corridors remains high and building activity continues to accelerate.
The delivery of major new infrastructure projects is a key driver of residential development and building activity.
Projects are also crucial to catering for the...
How Working From Home Is Changing Housing Choices
The rise in working from home is playing a key role in the housing choices of Australians and is one of the major emerging trends affecting the residential property market.
How working from home will ultimately change the property market i...
The South Australian land market begun 2022 on the front foot as sales volumes, prices and overall demand continued to show strength.
Increased activity is underpinned by the increasingly positive sentiment toward South Australia and, in particular, Adelaide.
Oliver Hume continues to trac...
Australia’s Landmark Submarine Deal and the South Australian Property Market
Australia’s landmark deal with the United States and Britain to acquire at least eight nuclear-powered submarines is tremendously significant for Adelaide and South Australia.
The deal is part of a broader trilat...
Trends in the ‘post-COVID’ era
Identifying and understanding long-term trends is an important although rare skill.
Getting a handle on underlying trends in times of rapid change is especially difficult.
When the world is moving fast it can often lead us to question what we know and ou...
Demand For Detached Housing Proves Strong As Pandemic Changes Designs
One of the questions heading into 2021 was what the end of HomeBuilder incentive would mean for the market.
Various alternative scenarios were being discussed.
Would demand moderate due to the end of the incentive?...
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