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Do you think there’s housing price bubble your countries capital city?

By MyView team . Created on 20 Jul, 2020
Current Affairs 197 votes | 16 Comments
Yes it will

Yes it will

No

No

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Yes it will
hoppy55555@bigond.com said 4 weeks ago
Some areas are
Yes it will
Grant said on Jul 23, 2020
I am in Pagewood, Sydney near the airport, Botany Bay and the beaches. The house is a 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bathrooms with a 1 bedroom granny flat built in the 1870's on 425m2 of land. It is priced at $1.5 million. What a disgusting joke. Is that not a bubble?
Mrs said on Jul 23, 2020
Must be tiny. Could get the same for 25% in country WA
No
Marg said on Jul 22, 2020
Still high
Yes it will
Jeff said on Jul 22, 2020
Yes and I think the current COVID 19 and impending economic fall out will only show as much
Yes it will
Zac said on Jul 22, 2020
yes bubble burst soon
Joosy said on Jul 22, 2020
Badly written question in terms of grammar and it also doesn't make much sense. Do you mean in Canberra, which is the capital of Australia, or the capital cities of each state? Not that I actually care about the question anyway because what are you going to do if there is?
Mrs said on Jul 22, 2020
WA is reasonable. Outside of the Capital city it is downright cheap. From $160,000 for a 2 bed on 451sqmtr - $315,000 for a rendered 3 bed overlooking the town centre. Why would you live elsewhere? Give up FIFOing and taking the money out of the state and live a better life on the safe side of the country.
Tania said on Jul 21, 2020
Do I think there is a housing bubble in the capital city of my state in Australia?
No, not in the state capital where I live.