Jun 17, 2020
The coronavirus crisis has cut Australia off from the world. And our population growth is about to slow dramatically.
This is going to affect our property market and slow economic growth by up to 2%.
Every time we have an economic downturn, immigration becomes a topic of great interest. And with the likelihood of unemployment rising to over 10%, the discussion has become even more vocal.
In today’s show, I discuss the political, economic, and property implications of immigration with our regular guest, leading demographer Simon Kuestenmacher.
You may be surprised by what his research suggests will happen to immigration, and the information may help you shape decisions going forward.
Highlights from my talk with Simon:
Links and Resources:
Shownotes plus more here: How will plummeting immigration affect our economy and property? With Simon Kuestenmacher
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Some of our favourite quotes from the show:
“I think there’s other benefits for infrastructure spending as well. We use local resources, we create local work, but it also leaves a legacy for the future.” – Michael Yardney
“It looks like now we’re banding together from both sides of parliament, both sides of government, and wanting to build a new, stronger Australia.” – Michael Yardney
“In order for you to grow stronger, part of you must die.” – Michael Yardney
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