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Property price growth expected to surge in 2021

Property price growth is expected to rise between ten and seventeen percent as owner-occupiers look to take advantage of record-low interest rates, according to Realestate.com.au’s Ian Healy.


House prices have risen 7.4 percent in the past year despite the global pandemic, with all four central banks predicting the trend will continue in 2021.

New home sales surged almost 40 percent in the March quarter compared to the same period last year as Australians sought to take advantage of the federal government’s HomeBuilder grants scheme. Mr Healy told Sky News that while the HomeBuilder scheme is ending, the banks still expect prices to surge.

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