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Informal workspace may once have been painted as all air hockey tables and beanbags when businesses started to experiment during the first dotcom boom.
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Across the region, former dilapidated spaces are finding new life as high-end hotels, in-demand office buildings, and trendy, multipurpose cultural hubs.
Leaps in technology have brought our everyday lives closer to the storylines of science fiction films.
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Tracking Occupancy Costs in Global Cities
Momentum in Canberra is slowing. The housing market in Canberra withstood the downturn for another quarter, but is clearly moving further down the cycle.
Slow but steady growth continues. SA’s robust economic growth and relatively affordable dwelling prices are positives for the residential market, but sluggish population growth, a pick up in supply and tight credit conditions are becoming headwinds.
Growth remains strong but headwinds are building. Both Hobart’s price and rental growth are the strongest in the country, unlike other cities which are coming into a downturn.
Downturn well under way. Tight lending conditions, coupled with strong completions, are pushing the Sydney housing market into decline after a strong period of growth.
Progress remains slow. Improving economic conditions should steadily create a more favourable economic backdrop for Perth housing market.
Slow but steady growth continues. SA’s robust economic growth and relatively affordable dwelling prices are positives for the residential market, but sluggish population growth, a pick up in supply and tight credit conditions are becoming headwinds
Market fundamentals remain strong. Strong underlying demand will continue to be fueled by population growth. This will support overall stability for Brisbane residential markets and continue to aid the consumption of excess supply.