The roaring 20s all over again?
"The average Sydneysider in Sydney has the buying power (if they already have a 130k deposit behind them) to buy... half the average house!"
This isn't the first time Australian property has boomed... and it won't be the last.
*insert Jaws theme tune here*
"In Australia housing is two things: accommodation and a form of speculation."
All it needs is a racetrack...
"Overall on every facet of service to both buyer and seller, there is scope to improve the real estate practise."
Taking 'million dollar views' a bit too seriously...
"Why [do] Real Estate sale ads almost never mention the age of the house or year built?"
Gentrification of the coastal nation.
"The current owners... have kindly commenced the renovation process starting with the removal of the gyprock walls – one punch at a time!"
"When two cars have a better view of Sydney than 95% of the population."
Times have changed.
"We're probably the worst..."
With interest rates sitting just over 2%, could now be your chance to score the pad of your dreams?
The walls have eyes...
But not all suburbs are tipped to benefit...
Tough times, inventive measures.
"This Sydney house will no doubt be the talk of the town."
The 'reverse Goldilocks' effect.
Can you dig it?
Take a magical mystery tour.
The impossible dream?
Start your engines...
How to make the most of 2020's topsy-turvy conditions.
Most Toorak property ever?
Start your engines.
An Ibiza party house 17,000km from Spain.
"The owner commutes to and from the property with his helicopter."
Shaken, not stirred? We're shook.
Money for nothing...
You'll be kicking yourself...
You'll be bowled over.
Someone's shacking up in the mountains.
The 'safe haven' effect.
"There may be a small window of opportunity for local buyers, at least whilst our borders are largely closed, with less competition."
Plenty of space for shenanigans.
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It also reveals why Sydney property is so expensive, even in a recession...