After almost 2 years of border closure, Australia reopened its international border to visa holders and tourists in December 2021 and February 2022 respectively. In the meantime, many countries over the globe have also opened their borders to Australia.
During the last 2 years, Australia has adapted to a “new normal” with a closed international border, decreasing unemployment rates, a nation-wide property boom, and more. Now that we are about to enter what many are calling the post-COVID era as the international border is reopened, what will happen to the economy and property market? Will the "new normal" be gone or stay?
In this month's whitepaper, we dive into data and have identified 5 trends that may occur in the coming months and years after the reopening of Australia's international border. To find out more about them, simply click the Download button below.