Recent figures show that the Australian market is back to its pre-2008 condition and is improving considerably. I like to think of the real estate market as a kind of barometer of the economy. So the fact that we have seen this effect in real estate – especially in Sydney where residential property prices reached as high as $3.8M – is a Good Thing for the country generally. With Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and other cities following suit, the market is hot.
Sydney and Melbourne are booming right now and pushing the limitsTony Abbott, the Prime Minister of Australia, has just announced some welcome news that should further boost the confidence of people investing right now. I talk about that and the ramifications, on this week’s show.Glenda Stirling (OzCruiseClub) joins us from Rockhampton in Queensland, a town known for its cattle barons. Glenda enlightens us to women’s perspectives on Vanuatu, and explains what it is about the country that makes people want to come back.
Glenda Stirling is celebrating 6 years at OzCruiseClub
She details why women love to go cruising to Vanuatu.
Hint: see image below!
Globally, population projection is 10 billion people by 2050. All need to eat, and in many high-growth places they are getting more interested inWHAT they are eating, WHERE it comes from, and HOW it was produced. Enter Vanuatu, powering ahead with agricultural projects that are clean, green, and sustainable. What a great time to invest here in agriculture!
I also discuss with Brian this week how the stabilizing
global economy means that people in the developed countries are getting interested in tourism and nature. Again, Vanuatu’s eco-tourism projects come to the fore for canny investors. (And those wanting to be temporarily or permanently in a tropical South Seas paradise)
Don’t just dream!
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