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Quay podcast: House prices in 2022 and beyond

Chris Bedingfield shares his views on Australia’s favourite topic.

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“When you look at our portfolio globally, we have quite a lot of residential – mainly in the United States, but also in Europe. We like residential because it’s a needs-based asset, it tends to be very resilient to any technological change … and it’s got relatively low maintenance capex.”

 

Quay’s Chris Bedingfield, joined by Bennelong’s Stuart Fechner, dives into the detail of the team’s latest Investment Perspectives article, House prices – what’s in store for 2022 and beyond.

  • 0:38 – The enduring fascination with residential property (and why Quay likes it too)
  • 2:09 – Do interest rates really drive house prices?
  • 4:07 – Why replacement cost is a central theme for Quay’s investment strategy
  • 5:46 – The ongoing issue of supply chain constraints, both domestically and globally
  • 7:51 – … and the impact of demographic shifts, including slowing population growth and the changing behaviour of the Millennials
  • 11:40 – The difference in demand for housing in the US and Australia
  • 15:28 – So, what will happen with house prices in 2022?
     

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