We’ll all be rooned. Not.



House and unit prices tell a story of decade-long stability.



2624 house, unit prices


Stand by for the March quarter figures.




Be Sociable, Share!

A new way to support our journalism

We do not have a paywall. If you support our independent journalism you can make a financial contribution by clicking the red button below. This will help us cover expenses and sustain the news service we’ve been providing since 1994, in a locally owned and operated medium.

Erwin Chlanda, Editor

One Comment (starting with the most recent)

NB: If you want to reply to a previous comment, start your comment with this notation: @n where n is the number of the comment you want to reply to.
  1. Meg
    Posted March 29, 2019 at 9:57 am

    I get that P J Hartigan’s Hanrahan epitomises the eternal pessimist, but linking him to house prices and buyer confidence is a bit of a stretch given the poem is equally about a farmer’s eternal struggle farmers have with the elements in a harsh Australian climate, to make a productive living. The analogy doesn’t quite fit.

    View Comment

Post a Comment

Your email is never shared. Required fields are marked *