After what was a promising cooling in house price growth late last year, there are signs that it is starting to lift. The annual rise in house prices peaked...

Stephen Koukoulas

Market Economics Pty Ltd

After what was a promising cooling in house price growth late last year, there are signs that it is starting to lift. The annual rise in house prices peaked at around 13 per cent and through the course of 2014, this growth dipped to a low of around 7.75 per cent. It looked like we were seeing an orderly and non-disruptive moderation in what had the potential to turn into a nasty asset price bubble. But things are changing. The most recent data from Corelogic shows that annual house price growth has picked up, hitting 8.9 per cent today. For more click here: (VIEW LINK)


Stephen Koukoulas
Chief Economist
Market Economics Pty Ltd

Stephen Koukoulas has a rare and specialised professional experience over more than 25 years as an economist in government, as Global Head of economic and market research, a Chief Economist for two major banks and as economic advisor to the Prime...

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