We wrap up a big year with a big show that looks like an auction sandwich filled with housing crisis solutions, property predictions and pet hates.

Celebrity auctioneer Damien Cooley tantalizes your tastebuds with Part 2 of his special feature that helps buyers perform better in the high pressure street theatre of auctions.  

Why are employers still struggling to secure workers since the migrant floodgates have opened? Ludwina Dautovic from The Room Xchange reveals a surprising answer and a great solution to our national housing crisis.

Queensland has recently introduced significant changes to tenancy legislation that is likely to ripple out across Australia, so property manager Jamie-Lee Billerwell from Code Property unveils new pet treatment impacts for investor landlords. 

In our ever uncertain topsy turvy world of property, what’s likely to happen in the times ahead? Mickael Roger from Prophero Buyers Agents unpacks what their 40 million data points are revealing.

And to close out the show and whet your appetite for our upcoming special 8-part auction summer series, Kevin Turner interviews buyers agent Cate Bakos starting with how to work out your bidding range. 

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