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Construction costs rising at the fastest annual pace since introduction of the GST

https://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/2022/construction-costs-rising-at-the-fastest-annual-pace-since-introduction-of-the-gst

CoreLogic's Cordell Construction Cost Index (CCCI) for Q1 2022 showed national residential construction costs increased 9% over the 12 months to March 2022, the highest annual growth rate on record outside of the introduction of the GST (10.2% over

CoreLogic Australia

29 Apr 2022

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CoreLogic Home Value Index records first national fall since September 2020, as declines accelerate across Sydney and Melbourne in May

https://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/2022/corelogic-home-value-index-records-first-national-fall-since-september-2020,-as-declines-accelerate-across-sydney-and-melbourne

Housing markets lost more steam in May as a combination of higher interest rates, rising inventory levels and lower sentiment dampened conditions. CoreLogic's Home Value Index (HVI) showed Sydney (-1.0%) and Melbourne (-0.7%) dwelling values

Tim Lawless

22 Jun 2022

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Cordell Estimator Platinum for Builders

https://www.corelogic.com.au/software-solutions/cordell-estimator-platinum-builders

Take control of your project pipeline with our intuitive building cost estimator for builders. Cordell Estimator Platinum, helps to provide an accurate professional quote whenever new construction or renovation opportunities emerge.With almost 50

CoreLogic Australia

5 Apr 2022

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Cordell Estimator Platinum for Developers

https://www.corelogic.com.au/software-solutions/cordell-estimator-platinum-developers

Take control of your project pipeline with our intuitive building cost estimator for developers. With Cordell Estimator Platinum, you can have oversight of timely and comprehensive costings data to help guide decision making.With almost 50 years'

CoreLogic Australia

5 Apr 2022

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Peak, peaking, peaked - how to read Australia’s housing market

https://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

CoreLogic Australia

5 Apr 2022

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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.

CoreLogic Australia

5 Apr 2022

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Cordell Estimator Platinum for Trades & Services

https://www.corelogic.com.au/software-solutions/cordell-estimator-platinum-trades-services

Take control of your project pipeline with our intuitive building cost estimator for trades and services providers. Cordell Estimator Platinum, helps to provide an accurate professional quote whenever new construction or renovation opportunities

CoreLogic Australia

5 Apr 2022

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Construction costs rising at the fastest annual pace since 2005

https://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.

CoreLogic Australia

5 Apr 2022

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PowerPoint Presentation

https://www.corelogic.com.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0027/9666/CoreLogic-home-value-index-May-2022-FINAL.pdf

CoreLogic’s Research Director Tim Lawless says the weakening state of the market has taken the rolling quarterly trend into negative territory across Sydney and Melbourne for the first time since ... That means more time to deliberate on their purchase

CoreLogic’s Home Value Index continues to lose steam as the case for higher interest rates mount

https://www.corelogic.com.au/news-research/news/2022/corelogics-home-value-index-continues-to-lose-steam-as-the-case-for-higher-interest-rates-mount

The residential property markets of Australia's two largest cities have hit their first quarter of negative territory since the extended lockdowns of 2020.Sydney and Melbourne's market slowdown has seen CoreLogic's national Home Value Index (HVI)

Tim Lawless

3 May 2022

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