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Morgan Stanley forecast reveals Australian house prices could fall by up to 15 per cent

New Zealand Herald Friday, 12 October 2018
Morgan Stanley forecast reveals Australian house prices could fall by up to 15 per centThere's no relief in sight for Australian property owners as experts warn house prices will continue to tumble well into next year.According to Morgan Stanley's latest forecast, property prices could plummet by up to 15 per cent...
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