Madison Kennedy on renewable energy and the Australian property market – ABC Radio Canberra
While international markets are reflecting optimistic investor sentiment towards the prospect of a US-China trade deal prior to the 1st March deadline, how is the market performing closer to home?
Dixon Advisory’s Madison Kennedy joins ABC Radio Canberra to discuss this and more. With new data showing more properties on the Australian real estate market now than at any time since 2012, Madison breaks down why and discusses current buyer sentiment. She also discusses what the government’s commitment to the Snowy Hydro 2.0 project could mean for renewable energy in Australia and shares her thoughts on some of the broader impacts for local businesses and the community.
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