Posts Tagged ‘property’

The (multi) million-dollar question

When will it end? It is a question we asked many times over the past year especially in relation to COVID restrictions but right now it feels pertinent to ask how long can the current market intensity last? That’s really the million-dollar question but there are some things I think we should always keep in mind…. As well as the extraordinary growth in values there was a 23% increase in house and unit sales across the country in March. This combined with listing volumes sitting 26% below the five-year average. This level of extreme demand isn’t going to last forever.  I say that... View article »
Posted in Ewan's Blog on 21st April, 2021

High Speed, High Pressure Profession

I recently recommended our team watch the Netflix series ‘Drive to Survive’. I started watching it for pure entertainment but was surprised that as well as high-drama I actually saw significant parallels between the high-speed, high-stakes world of Formula One racing and Sydney residential property…and thankfully many differences too! While residential property is obviously not a life or death profession it is a high pressure, high-stakes environment. We are often supporting our clients as they make decisions around their biggest financial investment, their life savings, their home. To deliver the right outcomes for our clients and achieve success in our profession requires a high... View article »
Posted in Ewan's Blog on 15th April, 2021

Market Acceleration

Let me get straight to the point. Whilst there is a clear and valid focus on the extraordinary demand evident across the residential housing market, I think it important to highlight we are seeing a different level of demand for apartments. There is a two-speed market in place across Sydney right now and that does have consequences. It’s like right now everybody wants a house. Not just a home….they want a house. Perhaps it’s a response to the reality of living through COVID lockdown in an enclosed space, or maybe it’s a response to limitations on holidays and overseas travel but the difference... View article »
Posted in Ewan's Blog on 17th March, 2021