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Australia's smallest cities drive growth in national housing values as Sydney and Melbourne declinehttps://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/2022/Australias-smallest-cities-drive-growth-in-national-housing-values-as-Sydney-and-Melbourne-decline
CoreLogic's national Home Value Index (HVI) was up 0.7% in March, a subtle increase on the 0.6% lift recorded in February. The uptick in the monthly rate of growth was primarily driven by stronger conditions in Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and the ACT,
$25 billion in Australian residential property exposed to high coastal riskhttps://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/2022/25-billion-in-australian-residential-property-exposed-to-high-coastal-risk
Increasing storm surges and coastal erosion has the potential to impact $25 billion worth of Australian residential coastal property, leading data and analytics company CoreLogic estimates.
Australia’s auction market has busiest start to the year on recordhttps://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/2022/australias-auction-market-has-busiest-start-to-the-year-on-record
The momentum from last year's record high auction volumes has continued into 2022 with the Australian residential auction market achieving its busiest first quarter on record.CoreLogic's Quarterly Auction Market Review shows 23,748 homes went under
Peak, peaking, peaked - how to read Australia’s housing markethttps://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/archive/peak,-peaking,-peaked-how-to-read-australias-housing-market
Australian housing values grew 22.1% last year and the market is showing signs this extraordinary rate of growth - not seen since the 1980s - is slowing across most of the capital cities.Australian housing values grew 22.1% last year and the market
RBA remains patient, waiting for more evidence of wages growth and sustainability of inflation outcomes before lifting rateshttps://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/2022/rba-remains-patient,-waiting-for-more-evidence-of-wages-growth-and-sustainability-of-inflation-outcomes-before-lifting-rates
As widely expected, the RBA kept monetary policy settings on hold at its April meeting, with the cash rate remaining at 10 basis points and the interest rate on Exchange Settlement balances at 0.0%.As widely expected, the RBA kept monetary policy
Australia’s rents continue to climb, despite affordability constraintshttps://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/archive/australias-rents-continue-to-climb,-despite-affordability-constraints
CoreLogic’s Research Director Tim Lawless said rents were under extraordinary pressure from many factors, not least the demand for detached housing and an ongoing lack of rental supply. ... Mr Lawless said the stronger rental conditions across the
Construction costs rising at the fastest annual pace since 2005https://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/archive/construction-costs-rising-at-the-fastest-annual-pace-since-2005
CoreLogic's Cordell Construction Cost Index (CCCI) for Q4 2021 showed that despite an easing in the quarterly rate of growth, national construction costs increased 7.3% over 2021, the highest annual growth rate since March 2005.
Higher interest rates likely to add further downwards pressure on housing growth rateshttps://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/2022/higher-interest-rates-likely-to-add-further-downwards-pressure-on-housing-growth-rates
The RBA has acted to curb high inflation by lifting the cash rate target today, moving from the emergency lows of 0.1% to 0.35%, an increase of 25 basis points.The RBA has acted to curb high inflation by lifting the cash rate target today, moving
Record auction figures in December as Australia’s property market plays catch uphttps://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/archive/record-auction-figures-in-december-as-australias-property-market-plays-catch-up
CoreLogic’s Research Director Tim Lawless says several factors resulted in the surge in auctions, including some catch-up from the September quarter when the largest auctions markets were weighted down ... Mr Lawless says higher auction volumes will
The RBA is well ahead of its forecasts, so can we expect the same for the property market?https://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/archive/the-rba-is-well-ahead-of-its-forecasts,-so-can-we-expect-the-same-for-the-property-market
Tim Lawless and Eliza Owen explore what the latest inflation figures reveal, and what they could mean for the housing sector.