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MB Radio: Housing affordability and politics

With Australia in the midst of a phoney war before an election campaign Leith van Onselen and Catherine Cashmore discuss with Gunnamatta the silence of Australia’s political process (and both sides of politics) on the subject of affordable housing. The discussion ranges over the factors which have created Australia’s extraordinary real estate prices, and the

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MB Radio: Farewell China Harbour?

Upon the release of the Chinese 2Q 2013 GDP data showing 7.5% annual growth, Gunnamatta spoke with David Llewellyn Smith about how the outlook for China’s GDP has changed over the last few months, the influences at play in shaping the Chinese economy and the  implications and risks associated with this, as well as how

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MB Radio: Demographic headwinds & property

With the Australian economy past a major workers to dependents demographic tipping point, Leith Van Onselen and Catherine Cashmore spoke with Gunnamatta about the implications this has for Australian Real Estate as well as the risks involved for future Real Estate buyers and those already invested.  The discussion also considers the role immigration and negative

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MB Radio: A Prime Minister out of touch

Less than six weeks after declaring a “budget crisis” Prime Minister Gillard used a speech to CEDA to attack what she saw as unduly negative press commentary about Australia’s economy. David Llewellyn Smith spoke with Gunnamatta about the economic backdrop to the Prime Minister’s comments, the economic narrative the government portrays, and the increasing disconnect

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MB Radio: Future of Australian property special

David Llewellyn Smith, Leith van Onselen, and respected Australian real estate journalist and buyers advocate, Catherine Cashmore, talk with Gunnamatta about where the real estate market currently is, where it has come from, and the factors which will determine where it is going. The discussion explores the role rising real estate prices play in spurring