The real estate market has been hit hard by the financial crisis and the financial sector has been working to make it better.
But that doesn’t mean Australia has any more of a housing crisis.
It has a housing shortage, and it’s only getting worse.
That’s why real estate analysts are predicting the Australian economy will shrink by 0.5% in the next year.
That would leave the country with about 3.3 million fewer households, according to a recent estimate by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
It would also leave Australians with less disposable income and less purchasing power.
Here are five ways Australia could get worse, according the economists: 1.
It will be the poorest country in the world.
The Australian Bureau Of Statistics’ latest housing report shows the average household in Australia earned $48,000 in 2015.
That was down by $2,300 from 2015.
The median household income fell by $4,600.
Australia’s median income is currently about $26,000, well below the U.S. average of $33,300.
If the average Australian household was able to afford $46,000 worth of housing, it would be the richest country in human history.
Australia could be the world’s poorest country, according some of the country’s top economists.
People won’t move.
The number of Australians living in the country has declined steadily since the start of the financial crash, from 4.5 million people in 2008 to 3.6 million people last year.
This is likely to continue as Australia continues to absorb the impacts of the global financial crisis.
However, Australia’s housing affordability is already falling, according with the OECD.
The OECD has predicted Australia’s household income per capita will fall by about $1,000 by 2025, compared with the same year in 2015, with a decline of about 0.7% for the next five years.
The report predicts the gap between households and incomes will grow to $1.5 trillion by 2025.
This will make it even harder for Australians to move out of their homes.
People will leave the city.
There are more than 10 million people living in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
In total, about 3 million people live in these areas.
Sydney is a major hub for global finance and it has become the world capital of finance and finance-related activities.
This includes things like money laundering, cyber crime, and tax evasion.
There’s a good chance Australia’s financial capital will soon become a global financial hub.
The economy will be worse.
This prediction comes from the Australian Centre for Policy Studies, a left-leaning think tank.
It said Australia’s GDP growth will slow to 0.1% in 2025, from 2.9% in 2015 and 2.4% in 2014.
It also predicted that Australian GDP growth in 2025 would be only 2.5%.
This will hurt the bottom half of the population who already live in cities, and those who live in rural areas.
The recession has had a major impact on the Australian working and middle classes, the report says.
Australia will become a country of poverty.
Australia is the world in a sense.
It is a country that was built on the basis of economic growth, which is why it’s so wealthy and has a lot of debt.
But with the financial collapse, the real estate crash and the banking crisis hitting, the country is headed into a very dark future.
Here’s what you need to know: