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The great Australian dream is now an obsession. With 6.2 million active property enthusiasts spending twice as much time searching for their perfect home as going to the gym, is this obsession healthy? The Australian's economics editor Adam Creighton hosts a series of panel discussions with experts including Bernard Salt, author and historian George Megalogenis, Realestate.com.au’s property economist Nerida Conisbee and financial commentator Peter Switzer, to help make sense of this national ...
 
Rolf, a youth in early Christian Iceland, loses first his father, then his property, and finally his freedom to the schemes of a greedy neighbor. Outlawed from Iceland, Rolf travels abroad, meeting with shipwreck, enslavement, Viking berserkers, and many other dangers and adventures. All the while, Rolf searches for a way to prove his father was killed unjustly and win back his own property and freedom. Even more difficult, Rolf must end the cycle of enmity, vengeance, and pride that hangs l ...
 
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For many Australians the surest path to wealth has been to invest in bricks and mortar. But will it always be as safe as houses? A generation of investors is now heavily reliant on property to supplement their retirement plans, and our tax system is creaking under the weight of so many negative gearing investors. Over two million Australians own an…
 
With immigration continuing at the rate of hundreds of thousands of people a year, are our major cities destined to become concrete jungles? Or should we be planning for population growth by revitalising our regional towns? To discuss the future of our housing is Bernard Salt, Australia’s best known and respected demographer, and Danni Hunter Victo…
 
There will be 5 million boomers in retirement by 2029, and 2 million will be at an age (between 75 and 84) where downsizing is a very real consideration. But where will all these downsizers go? There currently isn't sufficient stock of appropriate housing on offer and often the sheer enormity of packing up the large family home is resulting in many…
 
With prices in major capital cities racing away again, rentvesting is now returning as an alternative for those struggling to afford high prices. In this episode we look at the property market through the eyes of some very savvy investors, one a property mogul and the other a share market whiz. If you took the emotion out of property and looked at …
 
The major capital cities are seeing property prices shoot back up again thanks to interest rate cuts and an easing of lending buffers. With auction clearance rates back near all time highs, is the property downturn now well or truly over or will a new round of frenzied bidding result in more debt-fuelled instability. In this episode, Adam Creighton…
 
According to research from Westpac the average age of a first homebuyer has increased in the last 20 years from 27 to 33, and despite the trope that Millennials want to be urban dwelling hipsters, only 20 per cent planned to buy in the inner city, with most opting for the suburbs or even house and land packages further out. We do know that the bank…
 
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