Housing is one of the most important things in people’s lives, whether they own the dwelling in which they live, or rent it – and if they own other property as an investment. And as we saw in the lead-up to, and during, the global financial crisis, what happens in housing markets can be enormously important to the stability of the financial system, and to the health or otherwise of the economy.
Bursting the Housing BubbleAustralian Society and Politics, Economic Policies, Housing, The Australian Economy | 3rd August 2021
Podcast of a discussion with Janet Ge, Associate Professor in the School of Built Environment at University of Technology, Sydney and Matt Grudnoff of the Australia Institute, a think tank, hosted by Toby Hemmings of Think: Business Futures, focussing on the consequences of and reasons for the continued escalation of Australian residential property prices.
Mortgage stress: 230,000 Aussie households ‘risk losing their homes’Housing | 28th May 2021
Saul talks to news.com.au’s Finance Editor Sarah Sharples about mortgage stress, interest rates and housing policies
Economic Recovery, Community Services and Covid-19Housing, The Australian Economy | 21st May 2020
Presentation to a ‘webinar’ hosted by Q Shelter, 21st May 2020
The big picture for the Australian residential property marketHousing | 31st May 2018
Presentation to the Australian Strata Community National Conference in Hobart on 31st May 2018
How much of a Threat is a ‘Housing Bust’ to the Australian economy and financial systemHousing, Publications | 12th March 2018
Saul Eslake | FIIG’s The Wire | 12th March 2018 Article published in FIIG’s The Wire blog on 12th March 2018.