The CoreLogic Quarterly Review comprises a thorough breakdown of the activity across each of the capital cities over the quarter to July 2016 and also dives into the economic factors that contribute to the overall performance of the market.

Our Quarterly Review is one of our most popular in the suite of regular reports we deliver to the market. It comprises a thorough breakdown of the activity across each of the capital cities during the quarter to July 2016  and also dives into the economic factors that contribute to the overall performance of the market.

Review Highlights:

  • Combined capital city home values have recorded value growth of 6.1% over the 12 months to July 2016.
  • The annual growth in home values is substantially lower since its most recent peak in July 2015 at 11.1%.
  • The majority of homes have transacted at prices greater than $400,000. Across the nation, 67.1% of houses and 59.4% of units sold over the year for more than $400,000.
  • Rental rates have fallen over the year resulting in the weakest market conditions on record
  • Sydney unit prices remain more expensive than house prices in all other capital cities

For more information on queries in obtaining additional data in relation to this report, contact [email protected] or call 1300 734 318.