The year 2020 has become one of the most difficult years in Australia. From fires to floods to the Coronavirus, the year has finally passed and 2021 is here. The government was quick to act in response to the country’s challenges last year. However, the aftermaths include the massive stimulus policies and rapid reductions in interest rates. In this article, we’re going to discuss just how all these affect the property market this year.
Brisbane Property Market Forecasts CBA expects Brisbane property prices to increase by 16.6% to 2022 compared to 13.7% in Sydney and 12.4% in Melbourne.
ANZ economists predict Brisbane house prices will rise by 9.5% next year, as government stimulus and low interest rates flow through the economy.
NAB predicted a rise of 14% across all capital cities this year, but NAB chief economist Alan Oster said they upgraded this to 16% rise in Brisbane.
Westpac has also updated its market forecasts as it expects Brisbane prices to surge up to 20% between 2022 and 2023.
In a post-brand age enterprises are re-evaluating their real estate to create a visceral brand presence.
If a majority of desk-based work can be done from home, what does that mean for the corporate workplace? Far from being defunct, companies are looking to their formal headquarters with fresh eyes, viewing space as a tool for personal engagement, connecting with people through a very visceral kind of brand presence. We are entering an age of branded workplace design.
Another successful case of one-step Business Talent (Permanent) visa (subclass 132) application
In China, Mr. Pan is engaged in a business of high-tech related industries. He has a background of having established a large science park in Guangzhou. The science park is a high-quality enterprise with excellent local reputation, great environment and fine profits, and has created a win-win situation with the local government and residents. Mr. Pan’s daughter had studied in Australia before, she was very adapted to Australia’s education system and loved the school environment as well as all aspects of humanistic quality. She wanted to further education in her favourite Australian school in future. Meanwhile, to Mr. and Mrs. Pan, Australia’s safe investment environment, good social welfare, excellent food quality, pleasant living environment and harmonious interpersonal relationship are all important considerations to attract them to come to Australia to live permanently…