The next domino for Australian housing

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While the decline in property prices has been orderly thus far, things could get rough from here, says Charlie Jamieson, Chief Investment Officer at Jamieson Coote Bonds. The missing ingredient to date has been forced selling. Jamieson says that it’s forced selling that can “expediates the entire cycle”, leading to a “death spiral” of falling prices driving more forced selling. But the biggest problem remains a lack of credit availability as banks have switched from a focus on loan growth, to a focus on loan quality.

“Whenever a bubble bursts, it’s generally the withdrawal of cheap or easy money that sucks the oxygen out… In many respects, we’re going through that at the moment.”

In the video below, Charlie explains how property owners could be caught in a negative equity trap.


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As we continue to face volatile market periods, bonds will offer the stability of principal and income, as investors seek the highest quality investments. Click contact below to find out more or visit Jamieson Coote Bonds website for further information.

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