Why we should never buy a house in Australia again

Posted August 01, 2019 07:30:56It’s no secret that the Australian housing market has seen a massive decline in the past few years, and the result has been a massive exodus of Australians from the property market.

The median price of a property in Australia has fallen to $9,900 per square foot, which is well below the peak of the housing bubble.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) says this fall in the price of housing has been “in large part” due to the global economic downturn.

The Aussie median home price fell to $5,000 in 2018, a drop of 15.4 per cent from the year before.

That decline in prices is due to a number of factors.

First, there has been an increase in the number of people renting, which has resulted in a rise in the amount of capital available to buy homes.

The second factor is the introduction of the so-called “bulk buyer” laws in 2018.

These laws require developers to build and sell a minimum of 20 homes per year to attract the bulk of new residential investment in Australia.

The rules have allowed developers to push more homes into the market and have allowed some of Australia’s most expensive and expensive suburbs to sell for far less than the median price.

This has also meant that prices have fallen and a large proportion of Australians are now moving out of the country to find work.

While we have seen the average Australian household save over $500 a year, we also have seen people leaving the country for work or looking for cheaper housing.

This is a problem.

If the Australian economy continues to stagnate, Australians will likely lose access to their homes and our economy will continue to decline.

While it is hard to say exactly how many Australians have moved from Australia to other countries, a number have already said that they will leave the country in the next year or two.

It’s time to get rid of the current rules.

The ABS says that this fall has been due to “the global economic slowdown”.

“This has seen Australia’s median home prices fall to $4,000 per square feet, the lowest since the 2008 global financial crisis, which also coincided with a reduction in the flow of new investment into Australia,” the ABS says.

“This means that the average family is spending $2,200 less per year on housing than they did at the beginning of this recession.”

What about Australians who are looking to relocate overseas?

It’s likely that many of the people leaving Australia will not necessarily leave Australia permanently.

“The number of Australians considering moving abroad is increasing.

A total of 1.7 million people have moved overseas since the beginning, up from 1.3 million people in 2016,” the ABC reports.”

For the year to June, there were 1.1 million overseas-born Australians in Australia, up 1.6 per cent on the same period last year.”

What this means for Australians moving overseas is that it is more likely that Australians will be leaving Australia for work than staying in Australia permanently, according to the ABS.

The number moving overseas also appears to be rising, as the ABS found that in the first quarter of 2018, there was a surge in people moving abroad.

“It is now the third quarter in a row that Australians are moving overseas for work.

The trend is likely to continue, with the number expected to grow further,” the report says.

In the latest quarter, the number coming to Australia for the first time was up by a whopping 11 per cent to 1.8 million.

This surge in Australians moving abroad for work is expected to continue until the end of 2020, as they are able to access welfare benefits and get a job in other countries.

While Australia’s economic downturn has resulted the Australian Government to restrict immigration and restrict employment visas, it is likely that the Government will not be able to stop the trend from continuing.

In some cases, the Government has taken action to limit the number who can enter Australia.

For example, in the months leading up to the election of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) started issuing a temporary halt to most of the work visas issued in July 2018.

However, the ATO has now announced that it will be revising the criteria that will be used to decide when work visas are to be suspended, which means that it’s likely there will be an increase of people coming to the country before 2020.

The Government has been criticized for allowing the increase in people coming in to Australia from overseas to increase the number moving into the country.

The ABS also found that the number leaving Australia in 2018 was higher than it was in previous years.

“In 2017, a total of 4.1 per cent of the total population of Australian residents moved abroad, which was up from 3.9 per cent in 2016 and 2.5 per cent the previous year,” the agency says.

“In 2018, the trend was 0.4 percentage points higher.”