From one of them:
'Senior Economist with Australian Property Monitors, Dr Andrew Wilson says recent growth in some Australian capital cities can't continue. "We're starting to see some early signs of affordability barriers starting to emerge in the market," he said. "We've had very strong prices growth in Sydney over the past 12 months and this really is unsustainable."'
From the other:
'But the impetus continues to be under threat from dwindling consumer confidence, which has tumbled 15 per cent since the first leaks about the Federal Budget. Dun and Bradstreet's measure of consumer financial stress is on track to have almost doubled since the start of the year. A combination of slower wage rises, which are running below inflation, faltering consumer confidence and concern about overcall cost of living is behind the sharp rise.
The company's economic adviser, Stephen Koukoulas, said the fall also coincided with a slowdown in house values.
He said the positive impact of ultra-low interest rates was being overwhelmed by other negative pressures facing ordinary consumers.
"It is looming as a genuine threat to the recent strength in spending, if consumers respond to financial difficulty by paring back expenditure," he said.'
None of the four even mention SA or what's happening in this housing market ...