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Vendor back-log keeps a lid on house prices

Shared Lunch

A sharp increase in house listings as some long-time investors exit, has put the ball back in the buyer's court. 

We talk to independent economist Tony Alexander about his analysis on this and the latest results from the quarterly Sharesies Investing Insights survey.    

Tony believes older vendors who’ve made reasonable gains on property may not be as price sensitive as recent investors.  

You'll also hear Tony’s prediction on when interest rate cuts will start, why house prices are flat lining or down, the consequences of axing of the First Home Grant. Plus the emerging rent-to-buy sector.

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