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The future of Australian property prices

Discussion in 'Business, Investment and Economics' started by Joe Blow, Nov 15, 2009.

  1. sptrawler

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    That is why they like open borders.
     
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  2. Humid

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    How about
    If it sold in 6 weeks what did you need a real estate agent for.
    If you can manage your super through the mine fields you could flog a house.
     
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  3. sptrawler

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    In W.A people are very reluctant to buy privately, I have sold property privately, but usually to someone I knew who wanted it.
     
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    That's probably right. Could be good outcome for liberals.


     
  6. moXJO

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    Some truth in this. No one will be investing much until labor shows its hand.

    On another note... I can't believe people are jumping and cheering get slugged with more taxes. If the taxes were well spent, I could understand. But Australian pollies are the biggest bunch of deadshits when it comes to wasting our dollars.
    Not only that, but the money gets chewed up on paper pushers that add nothing substantial to the project.
     
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