The slowdown has seen apartment prices fall 7 percent to Sydney and Melbourne by 2 percent.
Also, it has called for a dark prediction, the largest real estate developers in the country – Mirvac, Lendlease and Stockland – face up to higher liquidity risks and to gain profits. 2017 real estate peak cycle.
The developers behind Epping's 130-unit project are the most popular outfits in Gondon, with links to Chinese developers.
Gondon sold 69 apartments in the project, when it was "marketing a new standard of the era of life", they were called by Newpoint receivers. An offshore bank based in China was appointed.
Fortunately, Epping's home owners earned $ 26 million in the Spanish market in 2016, with the aim of bringing Gondon to several suburban houses near Carlingford and Cliff Roads.
The group was Australia's only previous project, an apartment called Macquarie in North Ryde.
Sales agents Colliers International and Newpoint have not commented on it.
The average unit price of Epping dropped 2.26 percent per year, an average of $ 820,000, according to CoreLogic.
There was an Elysee room for sale of $ 788,000 and two-bedroom units were $ 1,08 million before the project was completed.
Australian banks have downgraded 22 percent of the loan, the four largest investors have tightened the screws to raise interest rate variations and study loan applications.
Most of the property owners of the country increase the risk of buyers not paying in savings payments.
"We see Mirvac most at risk from Lendlease and Stockland and then," UBS analyst Grant McCasker and James Druce said.
Apartment sales make up an important part of Mirvac's profit, especially in the next three years. In 2020, almost one third of the Group's profits range from Sydney and Melbourne.
Most projects are in the Marrickville and Olympic Park in Sydney, and "money is already appearing", the Sydney apartment prices dropped 5%, analysts say.
St Leonards could also be a problem for prices to fall 5 to 10 points.
"We are less concerned about Lendlease's liquidation risk as the dates of the 2015-16 launch are growing," said McCasker and Druce.
Another major Stockland developer has a minimal exposure to the apartment market, but it depends on sales for land for homes.
The number of buyers who cancel their contracts with land acquisitions is low, but UBS has warned that tightening credits, price falls, incentives and lower deposits will increase the number of buyers.
There has been a documented rise in speculative landowners, trying to download Gumtree and other purchasing contracts for other sites, because it adds risks.
"We expect the settlement of Stockland's second half, increase the cancellation fees and extend the settlement period," said UBS.
Property experts believe that there is more pain for the sector.
SQM Research's inventory analyst Louis Christopher said, although recent downturns, Sydney and Melbourne's market assets are still largely overlapping.
"This fall still has still legs," he said on Tuesday.
"Sydney and Melbourne are still highly prized despite the downturn in prices, there is an election a month ago, where the negative gear is playing and the banks' loans in the market are very draconian."
"We believe it will be a decline in prices," he said.
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