Most people think population growth leads to capital growth. But research at the suburb level suggests the opposite.
The only way in which a suburb’s population can grow rapidly is via the construction of new dwellings. That’s supply, which is actually the enemy of capital growth.
This is discussed in greater detail in the full report “Avoid high population growth suburbs”. It’s topic #1 in a series designed to help investors wade through misinformation about capital growth drivers.
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