Spring Property Market Preview, with Dr Andrew Wilson
The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment, Success & Money
Well, we’re into Spring, which is traditionally a great time to buy and sell properties, but what’s ahead for our housing markets for the last quarter of 2022? Looking back on the year so far, our housing market had a lot to contend with. Coming off a once-in-a-generation property boom in 2021, our markets had to contend with floods, bushfires, geopolitical problems, a federal election, inflation, rising interest rates, and falling consumer confidence. Last year almost all property markets around Australia saw strong growth in house prices, but this year the markets were more fragmented, with the Sydney and Melbourne property, in particular, slowing down while the markets kept up their momentum. So back to my original question, what’s ahead for property for the rest of this year? That’s what Dr. Andrew Wilson chief economist of My Housing Market, and I discuss in today’s Podcast Links and Resources: Michael Yardney Get the team at Metropole to help build your personal Strategic Property Plan Click here and have a chat with us Dr. Andrew Wilson, Chief Economist My Housing Market Subscribe to our weekly Property Insiders videos – www.PropertyInsiders.info Get your bundle of eBooks and reports at www.PodcastBonus.com.au Shownotes plus more here: Spring Property Market Preview, with Dr Andrew Wilson
Ep. 130: Fungal Systematics, Mushroom Ancestry & Recognizing Patterns (feat. Dr. Andrew Wilson)
The Mushroom Hour Podcast
Today on the Mushroom Hour we are honored to be joined by Dr. Andrew Wilson - Assistant Curator of Mycology in the Sam Mitchel Herbarium of Fungi at Denver Botanic Gardens. For Dr. Wilson the discovery of mycology began back in the late 90’s at San Francisco State University in taking classes from world renown mushroom taxonomist, Dr. Dennis Desjardin. Working with Dennis, Andrew earned a Masters degree studying the mushroom genus Gymnopus from Java and Bali. He later went on to earn a PhD in the lab of Dr. David Hibbett at Clark University. His project took him back to Southeast Asia, this time to study the ecology and evolution enigmatic puffball genus Calostoma and their relatives. In 2009, Andrew graduated and began a postdoc with Dr. Gregory Mueller at the Chicago Botanic Garden where he explored the systematic evolution of the Cantharellales and the model ectomycorrhizal mushroom genus Laccaria. He also did a one-year postdoc at Purdue University, in the lab of Dr. Cathie Aime, teasing apart the complex evolution of plant pathogenic rust fungi. At Denver Botanic Gardens, Dr. Wilson is working on a regional contribution to the Fungal Diversity Survey (FunDiS) that encompasses the state of Colorado, with a focus on the Southern Rockies. In this effort he is training students on how to study biodiversity using natural history collection and DNA sequence analysis. He is also working on new tools in DNA sequencing to better sample and study fungal diversity. TOPICS COVERED: Formed in a Family of Biologists Intellectual Explorations at San Francisco State University Genus Gymnopus Expeditions to Southeast Asia What are Systematics? Genus Calostoma Role of Isotopes in Understanding Fungal Ecologies Biogeographic Histories of Fungi Interpreting Ancestry and Evolution in Phylogenetic Data Gondwana Supercontinent Finding a Living, Ancient Ancestor on the Lacarria Family Tree Denver Botanic Gardens & Sam Mitchell Fungi Herbarium New Methods of High-Throughput DNA Sequencing Biodiversity & Evolutionary History of Southern Rocky Mountain Fungi EPISODE RESOURCES: Dr. Andrew Wilson - Denver Botanic Gardens: https://www.botanicgardens.org/team/profile/andrew-w-wilson-phdDr. Dennis Desjardin (Mentor): https://biology.sfsu.edu/faculty/desjardinDr. David Hibbet (Mentor): https://www2.clarku.edu/faculty/facultybio.cfm?id=355Gymnopus (Genus): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GymnopusCalostoma (Genus): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CalostomaLaccaria (Genus): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaccariaCalostoma cinnabarinum: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calostoma_cinnabarinumColorado Mycological Society: https://cmsweb.org/Colorado Mycoflora Project: https://coloradomycoflora.org/
Classic Replay: What’s wrong with the world? Andrew Wilson and Geoff Lillis
From April 2012: Andrew Wilson is an apologist, author and elder at Kings Church Eastbourne. His book 'If God, Then What?' presents arguments for the existence of God and how the Christian Gospel addresses the issues of suffering and death in the world. Geoff Lillis, a humanist atheist from Ireland, discussed with Andrew his different perspectives on whether the world is getting better or worse, and what the diagnosis is and what the cure might be. • For conference & live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • More podcasts, free eBook & newsletter: https://premierunbelievable.com • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://my.premier.org.uk/donate/donate-unbelievable-2022 • Get our 'Confident Christianity' course: http://www.premier.org.uk/course • Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PremierUnbelievable
Every Gentile Christian is the result, in some ways, of the missionary work that took place in Antioch. Today we consider how it worked, and the three parties – unbelievers, Christians and God – that it involved.Andrew is our Teaching Pastor.
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Where is the property market heading? With Dr. Andrew Wilson
The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment, Success & Money
With two months of data under our belt, the picture for property market is becoming clearer. Last year, property values increased almost everywhere, often by double digits. However, that’s not how our property markets typically work or what you should expect of them this year. Moving forward, you can expect the Australian property market to be segmented, which is normal for Australia. And you’ll see some segments that outperform the others strongly, some that have more moderate performance, some segments where values stagnate, and some segments where price values fall. That, as well as interest rates, is what you’re going to hear in today’s chat with Dr. Andrew Wilson. We discuss: When is the Reserve Bank going to raise interest rates? How high are interest rates going to go this cycle? What does the latest wages data tell us and what does that mean for interest rates? Wages Rise – But Still Well Below RBA Target Many commentators and economists brought forward their forecasts for the timing of the first RBA cash rate hike. Some were pointing to the possibility of rate hikes as soon as June this year. However, the latest wages data and a likely surge in workers indicate that reaching the RBA’s benchmark of consistent wages growth above 3% per annum won’t occur until next year. In fact, “real” annual wages (the difference between wages and inflation) fell by 0.3% over the year to the December quarter This is the first fall since March 2015 and second only to the record 0.5% fall recorded over September 2008 during the depths of the GFC. We’re not there yet – we haven’t reached a point where an interest rate hike makes sense. What’s happening in our property markets? Our capital city housing markets have continued to report strong results The auction markets have commenced the season with higher clearance rates overall compared to the final months of 2021. Last year property values increased in almost every location around Australia – and that’s very unusual. However, moving forward, the various property markets will be very segmented, which is a more “normal” property market. Despite strong buyer and seller activity, and strong auction clearance rates clearly still indicating a seller’s market, property price growth over the month of February produced mixed results. Andrew Wilson's My Housing Market showed strong growth in asking prices for properties in Brisbane and Adelaide while house price growth in Sydney and Melbourne has moderated over February. While wages around Australia are much the same, the median house price in Sydney is double that of Brisbane and considerably more than the Melbourne a similar house would cost in Melbourne. Affordability is now constraining further price growth in more expensive capitals of Sydney and Melbourne as lending capacity has been maximized. The smaller capitals – particularly Brisbane and Adelaide continue to provide buyers with affordability advantages Housing market demand will continue to be supported by the imminent reintroduction of mass migration and rising confidence in a post-covid recovering economy and reinforced by a clear underlying shortage of housing. Investor activity will also continue to support housing markets, with surging rents enhancing yields and supporting total returns. The level of price growth will be determined by interest rates and income growth going forward which are likely to remain steady for the foreseeable future. The consolidation of affordability in housing markets over time in a normalized economic environment with low interest rates and steady income growth will result in flatter house price outcomes and a more predictable and sustainable housing market. Links and Resources: Michael Yardney Get the team at Metropole to help build your personal Strategic Property Plan Click here and have a chat with us Dr. Andrew Wilson, Chief Economist My Housing Market Subscribe to our weekly Property Insiders videos – www.PropertyInsiders.info Get your bundle of free eBooks and reports – www.PodcastBonus.com.au Shownotes plus more here: Where is the property market heading? With Dr. Andrew Wilson Some of our favorite quotes from the show: “Even though wages have gone up a bit, most people recognize that it costs them more to live than their wages have gone up.” Michael Yardney “It was a record month with lots of auctions in February, creating some records in the number of sales.” Michael Yardney “What you have right now is enough to start.” Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes - it's your way of passing the message forward to others and saying thank you to me. Here's how
Dr. Andrew Wilson’s property trends and forecasts for 2022
The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment, Success & Money
Well, our property markets are up and running for 2022 and already there are mixed messages in the media about what’s ahead. But today you’ll get some clear indication from Australia’s leading housing Economist Dr. Andrew Wilson, whose forecasts have proven to be very correct. I don’t know if you’ve noticed seem to be two types of opinions flouted by the commentators On the one side is the glass half empty crew who see interest rates rising, Omicron repercussions and they’re suggesting you’ve missed the peak of the property opportunities this cycle. On the other side of the market is the glass half full crew who feel more market opportunities are ahead of us, our economy is improving as we are coming out of the pandemic and with our borders reopening opportunities abound. I’ve been producing a weekly Property Insiders video each week with Dr. Andrew Wilson, so our forecast and commentary are on the record, and as I said, our forecasts have, so far, been very accurate, so I’m sure you’ll enjoy today’s podcast which is the audio of one of our recent video chats. Topics I discuss with Dr. Andrew Wilson Will RBA Rates Rise in August? - Nonsense Reflecting current data, the latest RBA statements and depressing covid outlook predictions of official interest rate rises as soon as August are clearly non-sensical according to Dr. Will property values will continue rising in 2022? In general property values should increase throughout 2022, but at a slower rate of growth than in Will 2022 be the year of rising rents? Rents should also keep increasing in 2022 as vacancy rates tighten as there is currently a desperate shortage of good rental accommodation around Australia. Are we in for a 2-tier property market moving forward? I can see properties located in the more inner and middle-ring suburbs, particularly in the more affluent suburbs and in gentrifying locations, significantly outperforming cheaper properties in the outer suburbs. Will more property investors will return to the market in 2022? So far this property cycle has been driven by owner-occupiers and first home buyers, but now more and more investors are getting into the market. However, if history repeats itself, and it most likely will, many of these investors will sell up over the next few years as they realize that property investment may be simple, but it’s not easy. Will there be a flight to Quality? During the last few years, FOMO (fear of missing out) led inexperienced investors and homebuyers to purchase almost any property that their budget would allow, and they were fortunate as a rising tide lifted all ships. But as the market matures, we will see a flight to quality with well-located A-class homes and investment-grade properties still selling well, but secondary properties having trouble finding buyers. Will our economy will continue improving? With the prolonged lockdowns in Australia’s two largest cities keeping people indoors and spending less, households have squirreled away an estimated $200 billion this year. Much of this will be spent over the next few years in an economy-boosting wave of consumption as life returns to normal. Some of it will go to paying down debt and some will go into buying assets. What will APRA do as they watch the market carefully? So far APRA has only really tapped its foot on the brake pedal; it hasn’t really pushed down hard on the brake to slow our markets down, but if the property markets continue growing too fast for their liking they are likely to introduce stricter measures. Will most property predictions will be wrong? The property pessimists will still be out there next year telling us not to invest and that our property markets are going to crash. And as has been the case for the last few decades – they will be wrong. The bottom line Clearly, many of us would like to forget the last few years, but that won’t be easy. Let’s hope 2022 will be a year we are going to want to remember. It will be interesting to look back at the end of the year and see how many of these trends have eventuated. Shownotes plus more here: Dr. Andrew Wilson’s property trends and forecasts for 2022 Links and Resources: Michael Yardney Get the team at Metropole to help build your personal Strategic Property Plan Click here and have a chat with us Dr. Andrew Wilson, Chief Economist My Housing Market Subscribe to our weekly Property Insiders videos – www.PropertyInsiders.info Some of our favourite quotes from the show: “The higher end of the market can often still afford to buy properties at this stage of the cycle because they’ve got multiple sources of income, their businesses share dividends, and their properties have gone up in value.” – https://propertyupdate.com.au/australian-property-market/ “Well-located A-grade homes and investment-grade properties are still going to sell well, but secondary properties, they may have a bit of trouble finding a buyer.” – Michael Yardney “You only need one thing to succeed. Forget all the reasons why it won’t work and believe in the one reason why it will.” – Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes - it's your way of passing the message forward to others and saying thank you to me. Here's how