Despite a seasonally strong result over the month of June, the CoreLogic Hedonic Home Value series shows capital gains over the second quarter of 2017 is losing steam.
The 2016 Census data reveals how people are dealing with unaffordable housing in the capital cities.
CoreLogic news details a Swiss-based company has purchased an 8-storey office complex at 628 Bourke Street Melbourne for $180 million. Read more.
The week ending June 23rd saw a total of 53 commercial auctions held across Australia, with a clearance rate of 69.2%. This is a stark increase on the number of auctions held in the previous week, when just 30 auctions were held with a clearance rate of 56.7%, suggesting continued buoyancy in the market.
The latest research from South Sydney Cityscope shows property sales for the quarter to June 2017 have increased in terms of both total value and sale numbers. Sales recorded in the most recent quarter totalled $504.5 million from 58 sales, as compared to the $479.1 million from 54 sales in the quarter to...
The latest research from Chatswood Cityscope shows that commercial property sales have increased in total sales value. For the quarter to June 2017 there were 26 sales at a total sales value of $199.4 million, compared to 31 sales at a total value of $113.7 million for the previous quarter and up from the...
First home buyers are close to record lows in many of Australia’s states and they are below the long term average in every state except Western Australia.
The regional housing markets of Australia have long been laggards when compared to the capital city markets however, the latest data shows that many of these regions have seen values rise over the past year.
CoreLogic March 2017 quarter Pain & Gain Report: Find out the best and worst for property resales over the March 2017 quarter
After showing strong conditions through to September, the final quarter of 2015 ends with capital city dwelling values declining by 1.4%.
In a huge show of confidence in the Sydney commercial office market, the Dexus Property Group has gone on an almost $1.1 billion shopping spree.
The week ending 16th of June saw the lowest number of preliminary auctions for the month, at just 30 held across the country. Of the 30 auctions held, 17 were sold, with a clearance rate of 56.7%. This was lower than the preliminary results of the previous week, which saw 32 sold commercial properties at...
Melbourne and Sydney continued to set a rapid pace for capital gains in July, pushing the CoreLogic RP Data Home Value Index 2.8% higher over the month and 11.1% higher over the past year.