Budget's real estate top-up could push up the price of cheaper homes
Posted on March 21, 2019 by Frank Zhang
"These measures to make first houses more affordable could have the effect of enabling occupants of those houses to move up, ... therefore pushing price increases up the scale," said McBride. "Who knows if that will happen — but it's a possible consequence and it would be unintended."
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