They bought up to 25% of newly-constructed dwellings in 2015-16
They avoid such loans due to the perception that they inflate debt
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Sydney, Perth and Brisbane will show the strongest price growth over the next three years, fuelled by supply constraints.
Gen Y is forgoing renting in order to move straight into property ownership, it has been claimed.
Australia's annual population growth rate slowed to 1.5% in 2010, down from the 2008 high of 2.2%.
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Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens has reiterated that further interest rate hikes may be on the horizon.
Consumer sentiment has fallen and consumers are losing faith in real estate as a wise investment, according to a new study.
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Australians carry a high level of debt compared to other countries, but manage it well, Genworth has claimed.
The Australian housing market has a bright future, and Gen Ys will be the ones to lead it there, a social demographer has claimed.
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