It’s a tough sell, to say the least.
In July this year, the ABS announced a new measure called the “substantial market”, which looks at the proportion of Australian homes that are owned by overseas buyers.
But it also released a report saying that a number of overseas buyers were still in the market for Australian homes.
The ABS’s market analysis is not entirely new, and the ABS has had a number changes over the years, with the most recent one being a move to make the market analysis more general and generalised.
ABS market analysis So what are the changes and what does the new analysis say?
The new ABS measure is broadly the same as the ABS’s previous survey, which showed the proportion (in real terms) of homes owned by foreign buyers was between 21.3 and 23.3 per cent, and a higher percentage of foreign buyers were buying more than 10 dwellings (which is now up to 18 per cent).
The ABS’s new analysis also looks at what it says are the key factors that are driving the foreign buyers.
The key factors identified by the ABS are the following: It says that there are about 500,000 Australian households that have foreign buyers on their properties.
The number of those households is the same in every year since the Census began in 1990, but there are also about 3.5 million people who are foreign born in Australia, according to the ABS.
It also says that about 4 per cent of Australians have at least one overseas-born child.
Foreign-born households are also more likely to own houses in inner-city suburbs, while they are more likely than non-residents to own property in the suburbs.
The ABS said that the number of people with a foreign-born spouse has been growing over the last decade, with about 2.5 per cent more than one person owning a home.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are also over-represented in foreign-owned households, with 6 per cent owning homes in the inner-suburban areas of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide.
And, the number and percentage of people living in a “foreign-owned home” has also grown.
In 2017, the proportion was at 19.5 percent, compared to 16.7 per cent in the prior year.
While the ABS says that the foreign buyer’s share of the market has increased, it’s also a reminder that while the proportion may be increasing, there’s still a long way to go before it’s fully there.
One thing the new survey does not do is count how many houses are owned jointly by the two owners.
It’s only been done in the past few years, and it hasn’t really been a good measure, according the ABS, as there is no way to make sure that the two houses aren’t owned jointly, for example.
So, in terms of the proportion that is owned jointly in the Australian housing market, it could be much higher than the ABS is saying.
The problem with the ABS measure isn’t just that it doesn’t count the joint ownership.
It also ignores foreign buyers who are not registered, because they’re not living in Australia and so the ABS doesn’t know whether they’re in the country legally or not.
This may be a bigger problem for people who want to buy in their own country, like the students and professionals from China who were attracted to Australia after the June 1 Brexit vote.
In 2017, it was estimated that there were about 20,000 foreign-backed properties in the Sydney region alone, with a further 17,000 properties in Perth and Adelaide alone.
The ABS says there are around 50,000 Australians who are also Australian-born, but this could be a lot higher, given that there’s no way of knowing how many of those are actually living in the countries of their birth.
The report also says about one in every five people in Australia has at least two parents who are overseas.
That is up from one in seven in 2016, and one in three in 2013.
Some people who have been here a long time may feel more comfortable buying property in Australia than others, given the benefits of the “Australian Dream” that come with being a “first-generation” Australian.
Australia’s immigration policy is a key reason why foreign buyers are so popular.
The Government says it is trying to attract the best and brightest talent to Australia.
“Australia has the most highly skilled workforce in the world, with more than a quarter of graduates and more than 30 per cent who are now working in the private sector,” the Government said in a statement.
But some people are worried that, in order to keep the country’s skills flowing, Australia may be losing the best talent that it can attract.
There are concerns that the influx of foreign students is increasing the competition for Australian jobs.
One of the biggest challenges that many employers are facing is that many of