CoreLogic’s preliminary auction results indicate the national commercial property auction clearance rate continues to trend downward.
A boutique office opportunity in one of Brisbane CBD’s lovely old buildings has been put to market by Luke Billiau and Seb Turnbull of JLL Brisbane.
The latest research from Gold Coast Cityscope shows property sale numbers and figures have remained generally steady in the past three months. Sales recorded in the three months to mid-June 2019 recorded 38 sales for a total of $192.2 million. Of this, $23.1 million was for commercial, $36.7 million was for...
The latest research from Christchurch Cityscope shows that commercial property sales’ value in Christchurch’s CBD have significantly increased in the past three months.
The latest research from Parramatta Cityscope shows sales have decreased in terms of both sales value and volume. In the quarter ending June 2019, there were 12 sales at a total value of $46.5 million, compared to the $145.1 million from 15 sales recorded for the previous quarter.
The latest research from Melbourne Cityscope shows that commercial property sales value has increased significantly in the past three months, due to the sale of 80 Collins Street.
The latest data collected for CoreLogic’s preliminary auctions results indicate the clearance rate was higher this reporting period at 54.8%. However the result was achieved on low volume, with just 31 auctions recorded, the lowest recorded for the year to date.
Brisbane CBD’s commercial market continues to grow in strength, with sales worth $355 million recorded for the quarter to May and $2.5 billion for the past 12 months.
A commercial building in the industrial area of South Sydney has changed hands for $113.5 million in a sale arranged by Michael Crombie of Colliers International Sydney South and Scott Gray-Spencer and Michael Andrews of CBRE (Sydney).
The latest research from Newcastle Cityscope shows commercial property sales in Newcastle’s CBD have increased in total sales value. For the quarter to June 2019, there were 23 sales at a total value of $46.1 million, compared to 15 sales at a total value of $40.7 million in the previous quarter and an...
The latest research from Perth Cityscope shows property sales have significantly decreased in the past three months.
The latest research from Canberra Cityscope shows property sales have increased in the past three months.
There were 854 homes taken to auction across the combined capital cities this week returning a preliminary clearance rate of 69 per cent.
The busiest suburbs for auctions this week are Randwick in NSW and Pascoe Vale in Vic, with 8 homes scheduled for auction each, while Reservoir (Vic) follows closely with 7 scheduled auctions.
The latest household wealth data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) showed that over the past year, household net worth fell as liabilities grew much quicker than assets.
There were fewer homes taken to auction over the first week of July, with 945 capital city auctions held returning a preliminary auction clearance rate of 68.9 per cent; the 4th consecutive week above 60 per cent.
There were 1,292 capital city homes taken to auction over the final week of June, returning a preliminary auction clearance rate above 60 per cent for the third consecutive week (66.5 per cent).
The CoreLogic June 2019 home value index results out today showed national dwelling values were down 0.2% over the month, supported by subtle rises in Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart while other capital city home values continued to trend lower over the month.
There are 11 homes in Victoria’s Bentleigh East set to go under the hammer this week, making it the busiest individual suburb for auctions. Northcote and Reservoir also in Victoria follow very closely with 10 scheduled auctions each.
The latest demographic data for December 2018 shows that population growth has lifted over recent months driven by increases in both natural increase and net overseas migration.
p>There were 1,480 homes taken to auction across the combined capital cities this week returning a preliminary clearance rate of 63.7 per cent.
The latest data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) on property exposures data from authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs) shows that the tougher lending policies of recent years continue to reduce mortgage risks.
In this week’s Property Pulse we analyse historical market trends to determine when values have sat at a peak and when they have deviated from their peak how large has that deviation been.
This week’s Property Pulse summarises the change in housing values across three broad valuation segments (upper quartile, lower quartile and broad middle of the market) based on CoreLogic’s stratified hedonic index.
In an increasingly challenging market, we know how important it is for you to work efficiently & engage your customers by showcasing your local market expertise. To help you achieve this, we are excited to announce a number of new features now available in RP Data!
Australian property market lenders are operating within a new context of tighter regulatory controls and swiftly changing market conditions. The need for a deep and clear understanding of portfolio data has never been higher.
As the results of the 2018 CoreLogic ‘Perceptions of Real Estate Agents’ survey showed, in the real estate game, there’s no substitute for people and sales skills, and you simply won’t do your listings justice without excelling in communication. But a little bit of smart tech can go a long way, for every...
With our continued focus on helping our customers win more listings and sell homes faster we have made great progress working directly with you to ensure we are focusing on where we can drive purposeful change in your roles. Thank you again to all of those customers who offered their time to help us and...
The news has been awash with stories of falling house prices, less sales, lower clearance rates and more stringent lending policies in recent months. But despite these ongoing market and regulatory challenges, the Australian broking industry is in a remarkably healthy state.
Over the past few weeks we’ve been busy launching improvements to our products to make it easier for you to find, win and nurture new customers. We have focused on developing ways you can work more effectively while on the road by building productivity refinements into the mobile application and particularly...
Technology is ‘learning’ to look at images of property and assess the value. Chief analytics architect at CoreLogic, Scott Matthews, explains what this means for the future of buying property and the humans in the process.
One of the big questions being asked in Australia's property sector at the moment is whether machines are starting to take over the task of valuing homes.
CoreLogic is pleased to announce the launch of SmartMove for real estate, a joint venture with our data partner Quantium. Learn more.
CoreLogic just released an update to Signature that allows you to customise the content on the Cover Page section of your CMA and CSR report. Learn more.
Have you seen the brand new Suburb Video and Social Media templates from HomePrezzo? Check them out!
CoreLogic news details new features and updates released in RP Data Professional. The one-page property detail report now includes Owner Names. Learn more.
Data is a strategic asset that has made an indelible impact on the way we do business, so much so that cost-per-click, average revenue per user, and terabytes of data have all become routine turns of phrase in even the smallest organisations.
The concept of robots in the workplace was once more akin to science fiction than reality, but these days automated processes are increasingly becoming ‘business as usual’ for organisations seeking greater operational efficiencies.
Australia’s average housing affordability is the best it has been since 2016 with property in some cities and regions the most attainable it has been in decades, according to new ANZ-CoreLogic research.
According to a white paper report by Fidelity International, more than half of women say that investing is too complicated, and a quarter believe that the information around investing is intimidating and tailored towards men. This is resulting in a lot of women not investing outside of traditional assets like...
The Federal Government’s recent decision to modify Royal Commissioner Hayne’s recommendation to move to a ‘user pay’ model and revoke trail commissions has provided welcome relief for the broker industry.
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
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.
To mark International Women’s Day 2019, Habitat for Humanity Australia has mobilised more than 400 volunteers from 15 companies around Australia for its Homes for Hope Campaign to renovate six women’s refuges and transitional accommodation.
The evolution of Australia’s leading property professional platform continues, with CoreLogic’s next generation release of its hero real estate solution RP Data.
The introduction of Open Banking and Comprehensive Credit Reporting will firmly put the customer in control of their data. Indeed, the key to mortgage innovation under this framework will be data. Christine St Anne reports.