Property market. Two objectives are commonly conceived from this term: first, to provide an account of the property’s recent history; second, to offer a general theoretical exposition of property. Property is a broad term with numerous, diverse uses. It has both economic and legal significance. The primary purpose of this book therefore is to combine two apparently opposed strands of thought namely, the economic-legislative scrutiny of the utilization of intellectual property, and the social-cultural analysis of the right to free speech.
In this volume, contributors include some eminent scholars in both fields. The contributors address various issues such as, changes in technology affecting the property market, changes in the availability of capital, changes in the availability of land, changes in the meaning of real property law, changes in the taxation of property, changes in the structure of the real estate market, and changes in the laws applicable to commercial real estate. There is also a short note on the definition of property. The book concludes with a number of suggestions for further research and discussions. The issues and research discussed in this volume are discussed in detail in the property market analysis and property market evaluation.
The first main article addresses the issue of diminishing returns in property investment and discusses the causes and scope for rent increases, affordability, and rent control. The next main article explores the impact of changes in the structure of the real estate market on the ability of mortgage loans to serve their purposes. Finally, the discussion considers the role of state licensing policies and practice in affecting the rental housing market and its effect on the profitability of the market in general. The concluding main article examines the effects of supply and demand in relation to the supply of residential mortgages and discusses the implications of changes in loan programs for the financing of residential mortgages.
The first article discusses the basics of the property market and why it is undergoing such a dramatic period of change. The next article briefly reviews the current global real estate boom and discusses how the recession is influencing the future of this market. The third article examines the impact of the recent Cullen’s Syndrome outbreak on the South Australian property market and discusses the potential impact of the pandemic on other parts of Australia. The fourth and final article examines the effects of the Cullen’s Syndrome outbreak on supply and demand in Victoria and Queensland.
The second chapter looks at the causes and scope for rent increases in certain suburbs in south-western Sydney. The third chapter looks at the potential for an increase in property values in the country’s largest city. The fourth chapter examines the impact of the recent calamity in China on the property market in Brisbane. The last chapter looks at the role of state licensing policies and practice in affecting the rental housing market in Victoria and Queensland.
The second main article focuses on the recent bank lending cuts in the USA and the impact this has had on the real estate investment market in the USA. The third main article examines the prospects for residential investment in China and discusses the possibility of foreign direct investment in Australia following the recent cuts in Chinese government finances. The fourth main article discusses the recent bank lending cuts in Australia and examines the reasons behind the recent falls in property prices in Australia.
The first article focuses on the changes in commercial bank lending during the past few years. The second article examines the relationship between mortgage lenders and residential property loans in New South Wales and Victoria. The third main article examines the relationship between commercial banks and commercial real estate lenders in Western Australia. The fourth main article analyzes the property market in South Australia after the recent downturn in the economy of South Australia.
The fifth main article examines the impact of superannuation on the Australian property market. The sixth article analyzes the recent changes in commercial mortgage lending in South Australia following the recession in Western Australia. The seventh and final article analyzes the prospects for housing finance in Western Australia following the recent changes in the superannuation laws. This analysis looks at the potential role of government regulated housing finance programs in encouraging the construction of new homes and apartments in Western Australia. The research is supplemented by an examination of the role that private lenders might play in assisting the development of new residential properties.