Why Are Prices In Sydney / Melbourne Declining?
It’s over in Sydney and Melbourne…at least for this cycle.
You missed the boat.
Let it go.
Right now, you’re either celebrating your success or licking your wounds and thinking about what might have been.
Since 2010 the average suburb in Sydney and Melbourne has grown by 60 to 100%, depending on who’s data your looking at.
Over the same time, most suburbs in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, and Sunshine Coast have either gone backward or sat flat – once you take out inflation.
If you know your history and understand cycles, you will know better than to look at monthly, annual or 10 year data in isolation.
If you know anything about investing you will also take what the media says with a grain of salt.
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