The Australian property market is in a state of flux.
Prices are soaring, prices are falling and the supply is dwindling.
But what are the best and worst-case scenarios for the next 10 years?
The key is a sound portfolio and that can be hard to find.
What’s behind the current state of the market?
Why is this happening?
And what can we do about it?
Read moreA look at the house prices in AustraliaThe current market is a mix of rising home prices and a strong supply of houses.
In fact, it’s the opposite.
There is a glut of supply in many areas.
In some areas, there are so many houses that it is difficult to find a suitable place to live.
The situation is especially dire in inner-city areas.
This is where we are seeing a number of young people, many of whom are working full-time and looking for a house to rent.
In recent years, a number are moving into these inner-suburban areas, with the main cities like Sydney and Melbourne being the most popular destinations.
This has seen prices rise and many are struggling to find homes in these areas.
But what is the cause of this glut?
The answer to that question is the state of house building in Australia.
While Australia has been very successful in its efforts to build more houses, its failure to build enough new ones is making it harder to meet the demand.
The National Housing Report 2016 by the Australian Institute of Housing Research (AIHRI) found that:Australia is in the middle of a housing affordability crisis.
More than half of Australian households currently live in a dwelling that is below their income.
This is happening because many families are renting rather than buying and the market is increasingly dominated by buyers.
However, many others are finding it difficult to sell because they are not in a position to make the rent.
And if they are, they are finding that the rents they can afford are extremely high.
This means they are forced to make an even bigger sacrifice of income to keep up with the rising cost of housing.
This is a situation that has not just affected Australia, but is also a major problem for the wider world.
For example, the United States has seen a similar housing affordability problem.
In the United Kingdom, housing affordability is a major issue for people in a range of different income groups.
This includes families, retirees and people who work.
What can we learn from this?
A number of factors contribute to this state of affairs, including the fact that people in different income brackets are often forced to choose between renting and buying.
A study by the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) found in Australia, households with higher incomes are much more likely to rent and live alone.
They are also more likely than lower-income households to own property.
This also means that a high level of savings is not the best way to finance a home purchase.
The Institute of Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) said that in Australia the average mortgage interest rate is 2.5 per cent and it is 5 per cent in New Zealand.
This results in a high cost of living for Australians.
Why is the housing market in Australia in such a mess?
There are two major factors that have caused the current housing crisis.
The first is the collapse of property values.
The market is so unstable that prices can fluctuate wildly.
This makes it difficult for investors to find properties to buy.
The second factor is the weakening of Australia’s economic growth.
We are living through a time of economic turmoil, and this is reflected in the lack of growth in Australia’s gross domestic product (GDP).
This has created an environment in which property prices are not able to grow at a sustainable rate.
As a result, we are facing an unprecedented housing affordability challenge.
Where are the options?
Many people believe that there are a number, but we need to take a closer look at a few options.
Firstly, there is a need to re-examine our mortgage laws.
This could include lowering the mortgage rate.
A higher mortgage rate will encourage people to buy and will also provide more capital to fund a property.
The current rate is around 4.25 per cent.
Secondly, there should be a change in the way we finance housing.
While the Federal Government has been making changes to our mortgage rules in the past few years, there needs to be a new law that applies to all property.
Finally, there could be a rethink of our education system.
There has been a huge growth in housing affordability in recent years and the result is that some students are taking up to $30,000 in debt just to buy their first home.
Australia’s housing crisis is the result of our broken housing market.
It is not about housing.
It’s about debt and debt servicer debt.
So what can be done?
The key to addressing the current situation is to ensure that we have