MB Fund podcast: Australian housing indicators to focus on

In this replay of our webinar, listen to MB Fund’s Head of Investment, Damien Klassen and Tim Fuller as they discuss the “Australian housing boom and bust indicators to focus on”

Webinar slides available here 

This week we take a dive into the world of housing statistics, cutting through the noise to get to the key statistics that you need to be watching, and what they are telling us.


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Tim Fuller is Head of Operations at the Macrobusiness Fund, which is powered by Nucleus Wealth.


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Comments

    • The Horrible Scott Morrison MP

      Household income isn’t going backwards in my household. What’s happening in your’s?

  1. Goldstandard1MEMBER

    So, short odds are it’s a bull-trap.
    Government is placing honey over a deep dark pit filled with bad indicators domestically and Internationally.
    It’s ethically wrong by the government and APRA to be sucking people (specifically 1st home owners) into deep credit at this time.
    The statement “Prices never go down in this area” is everywhere. There are so many people in inner Melb and Sydney right now believing they “rode out the tough times” the last 12 months and the good times are now back.
    In the words of Randy Bachman – you ain’t seen nothing yet.

  2. scottb1978MEMBER

    I’ve heard HK people are buying in Sydney and having it ready if they need to get out fast.