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Where to for property prices in 2017?

What can we expect for property prices next year?

"As the table below reveals, SQM Research forecasts an acceleration of dwelling price, with Sydney dwelling prices forecast to rise 11 percent to 16 percent for the 2017 calendar year," SQM Research's annual Boom & Bust report states.

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"The capital city average forecast is for dwelling prices to rise 6 percent to 10 percent."

Source: SQM Research

 

SQM has an impressive track record being more right than the rest, even when going against consensus.

 

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