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Interest Rate kept on hold

By Paul Nees

The Reserve Bank has announced that official rates will remain on hold. Low interest rates continue to buoy the housing markets with continued solid prices growth recorded in most capitals. Auction clearance rates have risen over recent weekends with Sydney markets continuing to be fuelled by record levels of investor activity. High levels of winter home buyer activity will likely to flow into the spring market with buyer and seller confidence remaining firm.

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