BIS Oxford Economics and Australian Apartment Advocacy delve into the apartment investment sector and just what can be expected for 2021 and beyond.
Maree Kilroy and Timothy Hibbert of BIS Oxford Economics provide a detailed forecast on apartment construction, prices, rents and any opportunities/risks for the sector looking forward.
Samantha Reece of AAA the outlines the organisations recent research with 1000 investors nationwide (completed May 2021) as to their optimism level with their apartment values, their preparedness to invest in apartments again and what the market will be looking out for.Watch and listen to the full recording of the Australian Apartment Advocacy’s investor insights below:
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