The Property Couch
The Property Couch
Oct 14, 2020
308 | Pain & Gain: The Wealth Effect & The Housing Affordability Debate – Chat with Eliza Owen from CoreLogic
1 hr 20 min

When it comes to the current property market… WHERE is the Profit being made? And, just as importantly, WHERE are the Losses happening? ‘Cos let’s be honest folks… it’s been quite the year indeed!! But it looks like we’ve finally [...]

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Michael Yardney; Australia's authority in wealth creation through property
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