Sunday February 23, 2020

A flat line that bodes well for property

Prices are on an upward spiral, and no one, including the government, can stop them

4th September, 2016

An explanation is not an endorsement, so the cries of ‘unfair’ when I try to explain that there is a very high likelihood that property prices will spiral upwards are pointless.

I don’t agree with sky-high, unaffordable home prices, archaic development systems, red tape costs, third-party rights and many other things, but being powerless to change them means you have to make your value and judgment calls, accepting that these things exist....

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