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MoneyAustralia's house prices to fall off a cliff - and China will be to blame: Futurist who foreshadowed 9/11 makes shocking prediction

03:32  14 july  2019
03:32  14 july  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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prices to fall off a cliff – and China will be to blame : Futurist who foreshadowed 9 / 11 makes The Australian-born futurist predicted the housing market would fall between 15 and 20 per cent in the Hames also predicted China - Australia ’ s biggest trading partner - and the US will likely go into

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Australia's house prices to fall off a cliff - and China will be to blame: Futurist who foreshadowed 9/11 makes shocking prediction© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Strategic futurist Dr Richard Hames (pictured) successfully predicted 9/11 and the global financial crisis - now he believes the Australian housing market is set to plummet Strategic futurist Dr Richard Hames - who successfully predicted 9/11 and the global financial crisis - insists the Australian housing market is set to plummet.

The man once described by Forbes magazine 'as one of the smartest people on the planet' told Daily Mail Australia he is 'un-optimistic' about the country's property prices.

'The reason is to do with Chinese money - it artificially inflated the prices, so the cost of housing rose by about 80 per cent in Melbourne, and 65 per cent in Sydney a few years ago,' he explained.

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'Beijing is now restricting Chinese citizens from investing internationally, so the market will drop,' said Dr Hames.

Australia's house prices to fall off a cliff - and China will be to blame: Futurist who foreshadowed 9/11 makes shocking prediction© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Dr Hames said housing market will drop because Chinese money artificially inflated prices - but that will not continue The Australian-born futurist predicted the housing market would fall between 15 and 20 per cent in the two major cities, but said prices will likely rise in Brisbane and Perth - cities largely unaffected by international investors.

'I see growth of up to 15 per cent in Brisbane,' he said.

Hames also predicted China - Australia’s biggest trading partner - and the US will likely go into recession within the next 12 months.

'If China continues to restrict capital leaving the country and home ownership continues to fall, local investors continue to pull out of the residential property market because of low rental yields, then expect a bigger crash.

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'That crash will become inevitable if the world falls into another financial crisis - and all the signs are currently (pointing to that happening).'

Dr Hames also said world leaders have access to the publicly-available data he uses to predict future trends in the global economy, but they're not interested in doing so and have 'no time'.

Australia's house prices to fall off a cliff - and China will be to blame: Futurist who foreshadowed 9/11 makes shocking prediction© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Australian-born futurist predicted the housing market would fall between 15 and 20 per cent in Sydney and Melbourne 'It takes work and they do not have the time once all of their administrative duties have filled their days,' he explained.

'We need to change the shared worldview regarding what is important and re-frame leadership in that context. But there is no time for such work.

'The world has become so complex that most leaders are out of their depth.

'They lack a relevant toolkit and are in no mood to learn a new one because as leaders they are supposed to know and have the answers.'

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