Residential property – a correction or a crash?


Perpetual Private Insights

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Australians love residential property and over the past decade many viewed it as a relatively low risk investment with the potential for impressive gains. However, with markets cooling off it may be time for investors to start questioning their love affair.

In this video interview, Luke McMillan, National Manager, Investment Advice at Perpetual Private, looks at the causes of the residential property slump and how far it could fall.

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