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Fact or fiction: the state of the South Australian property market

Since the emergence of the global coronavirus pandemic, we’ve seen some economists and many media commentators pile on to the doomsday narrative of a looming Australian property market collapse. This isn’t unusual. For many years we’ve seen countless prophecies about the pending property implosion.  The only problem is they’ve all gone unfulfilled. And the ‘end of days’ predictions for property post-COVID-19 are also set to miss the mark, writes Bushy Martin.

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