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How COVID-19 Is Affecting The Australian Property Market – 3/4/20


The situation with the corona virus both locally in Australia and worldwide is developing daily and the effects it’s having on the economy and the property market is also changing.

In this episode we look at the current data and what is happening to The Australian property market as a result of the corona virus.

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## Introduction – 0:00

## Are We Seeing Property Markets Decline? – 1:22

## Property data seems to show price rises in most capital cities during the month of March – 4:28

## How the stimulus may affect property prices short and longer term – 6:58

## There are still plenty of people looking for properties – 10:49

## This is not a time for everyone to jump into the market – 12:14

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