NSW 2017 property market outlook

NSW 2017 property market outlook

NSW
Apr 28
CEDA's annual Property market outlook examines drivers and trends across the residential, commercial, and retail sectors with senior leaders and regulators.

Speakers

Wayne Byres, Chairman, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Mirvac
Graeme Ross, Managing Director and Global Head of Real Estate, Commonwealth Bank
Scott Langford, Chief Executive Officer, St George Community Housing

Event overview

The property sector continues to be a strong driver of economic growth and productivity, contributing $182.5 billion to Australia’s GDP.

Sydney and regional New South Wales continued its strong growth cycle in 2016 with home values rising over 16 per cent across the Sydney housing market and 7.3 percent in regional areas.

Yet growth across the housing sector raises questions about generational equity, planning and infrastructure development, and the ongoing strength of the Australian economy with some arguing that housing prices are unsustainable.

Featuring presentations from leading industry figures from across the property sector, this event will provide:

  • A 2017 property market outlook covering the residential, retail, and commercial sectors;
  • Prudential perspectives on the property market;
  • A blueprint to meet the challenges of housing affordability; and
  • Discussion of new models for social housing to meet modern needs

Meet the speakers

Wayne Byres
Chairman, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority

Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Mirvac

Graeme Ross
Managing Director and Global Head of Real Estate, Commonwealth Bank

Scott Langford
Chief Executive Officer, St George Community Housing

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