RESEARCH & DATA

ANZ/Property Council Survey

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One of the big engines of the Australian economy is slowing, hit by tightening access to finance, softening forward work schedules and a less optimistic view of the economy.

Ken Morrison, Chief Executive - Property Council of Australia.
 

The ANZ/Property Council Survey gauges the property industry’s:

  • sentiments about the outlook for Australia’s national and state/territory economies;
  • views on property asset class performance;
  • employment intentions;
  • expected work flows; and,
  • critical industry drivers.

The most recent survey canvassed the views of over 1,000 respondents - including, owners, developers, agents, managers, consultants and government - across all major industry sectors and regions. 

 

The survey was most recently conducted for the March 2019 quarter. Over time, the ANZ/Property Council Survey will track changes in sentiment across property types, markets, as well as identify the determinants of industry confidence.

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Survey respondents report that the availability of finance will worsen further over the coming year, which is a central feature of our housing outlook. In turn, respondents also expect housing prices and construction activity will continue to ease.

David Plank, Head of Australian Economics - ANZ.