As of June, Sydney was the world’s top prime property market, with prices rising 10 per cent, according to Knight Frank. Photo: Xinhua As of June, Sydney was the world’s top prime property market, with prices rising 10 per cent, according to Knight Frank. Photo: Xinhua
As of June, Sydney was the world’s top prime property market, with prices rising 10 per cent, according to Knight Frank. Photo: Xinhua
Australia

Australia’s reopening unlikely to immediately bring foreign buyers to residential property market

  • ‘For residential property, it won’t be an immediate shift,’ says Savills Australia executive
  • Industries such as tourism and hospitality will, however, be boosted immediately

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As of June, Sydney was the world’s top prime property market, with prices rising 10 per cent, according to Knight Frank. Photo: Xinhua As of June, Sydney was the world’s top prime property market, with prices rising 10 per cent, according to Knight Frank. Photo: Xinhua
As of June, Sydney was the world’s top prime property market, with prices rising 10 per cent, according to Knight Frank. Photo: Xinhua
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