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Best of the Best 2016

by Tim Lawless 19 Dec 2016

Best of the Best 2016

We sum up how the housing market performed during 2016.

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Stamp duty proves a significant cost barrier for Sydney and Melbourne housing markets

by Tim Lawless 12 Dec 2016

Stamp duty proves a significant cost barrier for Sydney and Melbourne housing markets

Higher priced properties in Sydney and Melbourne is not the only obstacle stopping people from entering these markets.

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List of affordable suburbs reveals diversity of Australian housing market

by Mitch Koper 02 Dec 2016

List of affordable suburbs reveals diversity of Australian housing market

A joint study on Australian housing affordability by Aussie Home Loans and CoreLogic.

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Looking at the total value of sales

by Cameron Kusher 28 Nov 2016

Looking at the total value of sales

We look at the regions that have had at least 50 settled sales in both 2015 and 2016.

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Homes are selling much quicker in Sydney and Melbourne

by Cameron Kusher 21 Nov 2016

Homes are selling much quicker in Sydney and Melbourne

Although values have been increasing for almost 4.5 years, homes continue to sell quite rapidly with a relatively low level of discounting occurring from vendors.

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Total returns are picking-up outside of Sydney and Melbourne

by Cameron Kusher 14 Nov 2016

Total returns are picking-up outside of Sydney and Melbourne

Sydney & Melbourne have seen much stronger total returns than other capital cities over recent years. Recent data indicates returns in Hobart & Canberra are closing in on Sydney & Melbourne thanks to higher yields & accelerating capital growth.

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The rising prevalence of sales of $2 million or more

by Cameron Kusher 31 Oct 2016

The rising prevalence of sales of $2 million or more

The number of homes selling for at least $2 million has trended substantially higher over recent years which has largely been driven by the Sydney and Melbourne housing markets.

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Analysing the Sydney housing price premium

by Cameron Kusher 24 Oct 2016

Analysing the Sydney housing price premium

The almost 4.5 year growth phase in capital city home values have driven prices higher and this week we look at the now significant premium for housing in Sydney and to a lesser degree the premium in Melbourne.

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The number of homes under construction eases from a record-high

by Cameron Kusher 17 Oct 2016

The number of homes under construction eases from a record-high

Although dwelling approvals remain at near record-high levels, the number of homes under construction showed a slight easing over the June 2016 quarter from a record-high in the March 2016 quarter.

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How many suburbs have seen median prices double over the past decade?

by Cameron Kusher 10 Oct 2016

How many suburbs have seen median prices double over the past decade?

The popular myth in Australian real estate is that property prices double every seven to ten years. In this week’s Pulse we test this myth, looking at the number of suburbs that have seen median selling prices double over the past decade.

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Highest and lowest turnover of housing stock

by Cameron Kusher 04 Oct 2016

Highest and lowest turnover of housing stock

Resource towns have typically seen the lowest turnover over the past 12 months while lifestyle markets and new housing areas are seeing relatively higher levels of turnover.

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Profit & Loss-making areas released in CoreLogic Pain & Gain Report

by Cameron Kusher 27 Sep 2016

Profit & Loss-making areas released in CoreLogic Pain & Gain Report

The CoreLogic Pain & Gain report out today uncovers the profits earned and the losses made from property sales over the June 2016 quarter, and reveals which locations have been the most valuable for investment.

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Capital city dwelling approvals rebounding

by Cameron Kusher 26 Sep 2016

Capital city dwelling approvals rebounding

Despite repeated warnings around apartment oversupply and settlement risk, the number of dwellings being approved for construction across the capital cities remains unquestionably strong.

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Capital city land prices continue to climb

by Cameron Kusher 19 Sep 2016

Capital city land prices continue to climb

The cost of vacant land has continued to increase in capital cities over the past year providing the impetus for growth in the cost of established housing stock.

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Record new unit supply is likely to contribute to the underperformance of unit values

by Cameron Kusher 12 Sep 2016

Record new unit supply is likely to contribute to the underperformance of unit values

With a record-high number of units currently under construction nationwide, the capital growth performance of units is weaker than houses in certain cities and we anticipate that this trend will continue.

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High-rise approvals are booming

by Cameron Kusher 05 Sep 2016

High-rise approvals are booming

Dwelling approvals data shows that as unit approvals have surged, housing markets are going vertical with a record-high number of high rise units approved for construction over recent years.

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Where do all the retirees live?

by Cameron Kusher 29 Aug 2016

Where do all the retirees live?

We always hear about the ageing population and the impact it will have on the economy over the coming years. This week we look at the council areas with the highest proportions of their population aged 65 years or greater.

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The $1 million market is continuing to rise in prominence

by Cameron Kusher 22 Aug 2016

The $1 million market is continuing to rise in prominence

As dwelling values broadly rise, the proportion of lower priced homes selling is falling, the number of homes selling with a price tag of at least $1 million has boomed over recent years.

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Just over a third of homes nationally selling for less than $400,000

by Cameron Kusher 15 Aug 2016

Just over a third of homes nationally selling for less than $400,000

With national home values continuing to rise, the proportion of homes selling at lower prices is continuing to fall, resulting in fewer housing options for those on lower incomes.

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The number of million dollar suburbs has continued to rise

by Cameron Kusher 08 Aug 2016

The number of million dollar suburbs has continued to rise

Based on suburb median values as at June 2016, there were 613 suburbs across the country that had a median value of at least $1 million.

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About CoreLogic

CoreLogic Australia is a wholly owned subsidiary of CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX), which is the largest property data and analytics company in the world. CoreLogic provides property information, analytics and services across Australia, New Zealand and Asia, and recently expanded its service offering through the purchase of project activity and building cost information provider Cordell. With Australia’s most comprehensive property databases, the company’s combined data offering is derived from public, contributory and proprietary sources and includes over 4.4 billion decision points spanning over three decades of collection, providing detailed coverage of property and other encumbrances such as tenancy, location, hazard risk and related performance information.

With over 20,000 customers and 150,000 end users, CoreLogic is the leading provider of property data, analytics and related services to consumers, investors, real estate, mortgage, finance, banking, building services, insurance, developers, wealth management and government. CoreLogic delivers value to clients through unique data, analytics, workflow technology, advisory and geo spatial services. Clients rely on CoreLogic to help identify and manage growth opportunities, improve performance and mitigate risk. CoreLogic employs over 650 people across Australia and in New Zealand. For more information call 1300 734 318 or visit www.corelogic.com.au.

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