We have assumed one solitary interest rate cut to be delivered in the month of either April/May 2015, which is broadly what the market expects to happen too.
What does is rising market values and acceptable profit margins.
We suspect that with another rate cut looking as likely as not, Adelaide's property market may fare better in 2015 than is warranted by the state of the local economy, particularly as dwelling prices in some areas now look to be comparatively good value.
BIS Shrapnel forecast 2.8 percent growth for Adelaide in 2015.
Our data compels us to be marginally more positive, and demands a slightly stronger forecast for 2015 than it did for 2014!
Unit approvals now seem to be receding again which is good news for the Queensland capital.
Meanwhile unemployment rates in Hobart itself have meandered back down to earth from concerningly high levels.
Building approvals data suggests that there may be more in the pipeline to come too (of both).
The impact of foreign investment capital remains a curve ball since we have so little reliable data available thereon, but one suspects its impact may be material.
Rental growth has remained robust reflective of a pre-existing undersupply of dwelling stock in the harbour city's inner- and middle-ring suburbs.
A caveat - the above data offers part of a framework for making investment decisions, but clearly asset selection is vital for securing outstanding long term returns.
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