A look at neurological and behavioural research provides some clues that indicate maybe it is not individual agents or offices that attract the unstable or unbalanced, but that the stress involved in buying and selling property is enough to make pretty much everyone feel unhinged.
Author: Jade Harling and Kevin Brogan
This week, CoreLogic is currently tracking 1,690 capital city auctions, decreasing from the 1,839 auctions held last week. While one year ago a significantly lower 493 auctions were held over what was the Easter period last year.
Earlier last week the Reserve Bank (RBA) published their latest household finance ratios which showed the ratio of household and housing debt to disposable income continued to climb over the December 2017 quarter, reaching a new record high.
The Sydney housing market has remained a contentious subject over the past 12 months, with 2017 recording its fair share of ups and downs – depending on your perspective of course, says CoreLogic head of research Tim Lawless.