Queuing for housing land in Sydney's farm paddocks

Land developers struggling to meet demand are bringing stock forward and implementing new allocation systems to cope with queues of would-be buyers... while worrying about land shortfalls in the longer term.

Buyers missing out on established houses are snapping up land as an alternative way of getting a foothold in the housing market, tipping demand past existing supply and spotlighting the serious likelihood of long-term shortages.

To meet current demand many land developers, especially in Sydney, are bringing forward releases of land by up to nine months.


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