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December 01, 2011

Residential property was the highest returning asset over the past 24 years, according to new research by the Australian Property Research team at ANZ.


The report, Asset Returns: Past, Present and Future, shows that even when costs and taxes were factored in, owner-occupied housing generated the highest average annual total returns (12.0 per cent), followed by investor housing (9.6 per cent) and equities (8.9 per cent).

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