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.
The latest research from Chapel Street Cityscope shows that commercial property sales value have decreased in the past three months.
The latest research from Southbank Cityscope shows property sales value have decreased in the past three months.
The latest research from Macquarie Park Cityscope shows property sales for the three months to February 2019 have increased significantly from the preceding quarter, largely due to the sale of 7-11 Talavera Road in Macquarie Park.
The latest research from Sydney Cityscope shows that Sydney CBD commercial property sales for the three months ending February 2019 have increased in total value from the preceding quarter.
“The price of land for new residential building has continued to rise despite a fall in demand,” said HIA Chief Economist Tim Reardon.
Sydney CBD’s commercial property market continues gaining strength with $1.915 billion changing hands over 54 sales during the most recent quarter.
To Brisbane this week where 288 Edward Street has sold for the first time in 25 years. The property was sold by Quadra Pacific (Aust) Corp, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian company, Quadra Pacific Properties Corporation. Quadra Pacific is a family-owned and operated company specialising in managing...
The latest research from Burke Road Cityscope shows sales have increased in total value in the quarter to February 2019.
The latest research from Richmond Cityscope shows property sales value has decreased significantly in the past three months.
Sales recorded for Melbourne Units Cityscope for the three months to February 2019 totalled $791.2 million, an increase from the $735 million recorded for the quarter to November 2018.
In the three months to February 2019, there were 28 sales for a total of $296.7 million, as compared with 22 sales for a total of $360.6 million recorded for the three months to November 2018, and a decrease from the 53 sales at a total of $1.117 billion recorded for the three months to August 2018.
This week, all of the busiest suburbs for auctions are in Victoria. Preston and Reservoir top the list with 14 homes scheduled for auction each. Followed by Bentleigh East, Cheltenham and Mount Waverley each with 13 scheduled auctions.
There were 1,894 homes taken to auction over the week, increasing from the previous week when 1,197 auctions were held, although significantly lower than this week last year when 3,136 auctions were held across the combined capital cities.
This week, all of the busiest suburbs for auctions are in Victoria. Glen Waverley tops the list with 19 homes scheduled for auction. Followed by Bentleigh East and Reservoir with 17 and 15 scheduled auctions respectively.
With the housing market weakening over the past few years, most capital cities have experienced dwelling value falls with a more significant correction experienced in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Darwin.
Dwelling sales were down in four of the five Queensland regions over the year to November 2018 with the Wide Bay region the only location to see an increase in home sales (2 per cent).
As dwelling values have increased over time, we have seen the share of sales across the lower price points reduce and million dollar plus property transactions become much more commonplace across most regions.
There were 1,196 auctions held across the combined capital cities this week, significantly lower than the 2,201 held last week, and the 1,764 one year ago. The fall in auction volumes this week is due to the fact that four of the eight states and territories have a public holiday this coming Monday.
There were 2,204 capital city homes taken to auction this week, returning a preliminary weighted average clearance rate of 55.0 per cent. This week’s volumes are slightly lower than last week’s 2,293 auctions held, which was the busiest week so far this year
According to the CoreLogic home value index results released today, the pace of declining property values eased slightly over the month relative to the previous two months. However, housing values continued to trend lower with six of the eight capitals and four of the seven ‘rest of state’ markets recording a...
With reduced buyer activity, listing numbers have risen to the highest level since 2012. With increasing competition amongst vendors for a smaller pool of buyers, motivated vendors are offering up increasingly larger discounts on their original asking prices in order to sell
This week, all of the busiest suburbs for auctions are in Victoria, topping the list with 20 scheduled auctions is Brunswick. Following closely with 18 scheduled auctions is Northcote, while Glen Iris and Reservoir will each host 17 auctions.
Over the past year there has been a surge in first home buyer activity, in fact first home buyers have been one of the only sources of growth in housing related activity, but are they now fading from the market?
There were 2,303 homes taken to auction across the combined capital cities over the week, returning a preliminary auction clearance rate of 54.1 per cent, while last week, auction volumes were lower with 1,450 auctions held and a 51.2 per cent clearance rate. Over the same week last year, 3,313 auctions were...
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.
We are pleased to announce the launch of SmartMove for real estate, a joint venture with our data partner Quantium. With access to aggregated consumer data, we are able to understand more than ever about how people move.
We know how important it is to be able to differentiate yourself and customise the content on the Cover Page of your Signature Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) reports and Comparable Sales Reports. We're pleased to let you know that we've just released an update to Signature that allows you to customise...
Have you seen the brand new Suburb Video and Social Media templates from HomePrezzo? Check them out!
We're pleased to let you know about some new features and updates released in RP Data Professional last week. Owner Names now included in the 1 Page Report New Refinement Options
There are some changes coming to the way you login to RP Data Professional. On the 20th June, we're rolling out a new Login page which may impact the way you login to our site. * Your username and password will no longer be pre-filled by your browser, so it is important you remember these details; * Any...
With this release, Name Search has been updated so that the default Name Search (for both person and company search) now returns properties that match both current and previous ownership.
School location and catchment details are a significant factor in many home buying decisions. In the latest release of RP Data Pro we put this information at your fingertips and make it quick and easy to share details with your clients. * Provide advice about schools catchments for properties * Search for...
For employees of CoreLogic, Australia’s leading property, data and analytics company, the concept of home is more than just a safe haven. Connecting people with homes is in the company DNA.
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.
CoreLogic to acquire Symbility Solutions, with new standard of digital experience for insurers welcomed.
The AFR Magazine's hotly anticipated annual Power issue includes lists of the key players across six different industry sectors.
Moody’s Analytics, a leading financial intelligence firm, and property data and analytics company, CoreLogic, closely track and provide forward-looking insights on Australia’s housing market.
CoreLogic Acquires eTech Solutions – a UK based provider of mobile workflow solutions and automation tools for property and collateral valuations.
CoreLogic and REIWA are delighted to announce that West Australian real estate agents will get the best of both worlds with REIWA data now appearing in RP Data Professional.