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|... May (from April's 1.8%) to be 9.1% higher from a year earlier. Not only that, CoreLogic's research director, Tim Lawless, observes that "growth conditions remained broad based both geographically and across the housing types and valuation segments". ...|
|... May (from April's 1.8%) to be 9.1% higher from a year earlier. Not only that: "CoreLogic's research director Tim Lawless observes that growth conditions remained broad based both geographically and across the housing types and valuation segments". ...|
|... respectively. Melbourne and Sydney suffered the greatest month-on-month losses at 1.2% and 0.9%. CoreLogic's head of research Tim Lawless said despite the losses the housing market has been resilient to the effects of the pandemic. "The impact from COVID-19 ...|
|... were 14.3%; and Canberra where dwellings picked up 3.3% in value and 8% in total return. CoreLogic head of research Tim Lawless said the housing slump went way beyond the Sydney-Melbourne correction. "Although Australia's two largest cities are the primary ...|
|... released by RP Data, that the number of distressed sales could even rise another 25% before the year is out. RP Data's Tim Lawless said the depressed US housing market is pushing both their government and banking sector to look for increasingly creative ...|
|... slashing of interest rates by the RBA this week, claims RP Data. According to national RP Data property research director Tim Lawless, the residential market has now passed through the lowest stage of the cycle. But what's spearheading this latest development? ...|
|... market should also see further property value increases over the next five years, said RP Data's research director, Tim Lawless. Ironically, this upward price pressure will be caused by low levels of housing supply due to market uncertainty continuing ...|
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In its submission to the federal government's inquiry into housing affordability, Industry Super Australia has suggested superannuation funds could play a key role in creating more affordable housing.
The active, long-only equity specialist launched a global sustainable emerging market fund for local investors.
The fund manager has appointed a head of risk and compliance, general executive, and research associate as it invests in its next stage of growth.
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