A joint study by Aussie Home Loans and CoreLogic has revealed the most affordable suburbs across Australia, with the lowest median house values starting at a mouth-watering $37,497 in Western Australia’s Mount Magnet
While Dexus looks set to spend $1.3 billion on 80 Collins Street, Melbourne, less than a block away a slightly smaller property is available through Matthew Stagg and Daniel Wolman of Colliers International Melbourne.
After an interesting history with the building, the City of Sydney has finally purchased the historical Customs House at Circular Quay from the Federal Government.
The latest research from Canberra Cityscope shows property sales have increased in the past three months.
The latest research from Perth Cityscope shows although property sale numbers have remained steady, sale figures have significantly increased in the past three months due to three particularly large sales which together totalled over $600 million.
The last three months to the end of February 2019 recorded 10 sales for a total of over $55.7 million; with $45.5 million for commercial, $900,000 for commercial strata, $2.4 million for retail strata and $7 million for other.
The latest data collected for CoreLogic’s preliminary auction results show there were 57 commercial properties taken to auction, of which 35 were recorded as sold at auction, providing a clearance rate of 61.4%.
CoreLogic’s purpose is to help people find, acquire and protect their homes. The company recently embarked on a refresh of its community partnerships program for 2019 and it was a clear choice to focus on causes that were equally passionate about access to housing.
Suburbs with the largest average land sizes are generally bucking the broader capital city housing market trends with stronger value changes or milder declines over the past year than the broader capital city markets.