This would have to be the number one question we get asked.
In this recording, Jeremy Calnan and Omar Moujalli discuss how this is not an easy question to answer, but not for the reasons you would expect. See before an answer can be provided some more questions need to be asked:
Important points from this discussion:
Different cities can be at different stages of the cycle
Property is influenced by locational factors
Different property cycles will converge at the end of the cycle
The differing length of the cycles over history
Credit Cycle drives the cycle and the property cycle is just a manifestation of that cycle
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