With combined capital city home values having increased by 7% over the first 11 months to 2014, growth appears set to be lower than the 9.8% recorded in 2013

With combined capital city home values having increased by 7% over the first 11 months to 2014, growth appears set to be lower than the 9.8% recorded in 2013. I expect that the rate of capital growth will continue to slow in 2015. There are many economic factors that will impact on the housing market's performance over the coming year and here I look at these factors and the effect they may have on the housing market over the next year. (VIEW LINK)


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