Home Values in Australia to Continue to Diverge Into 2019 - CoreLogic
CoreLogic news details increasing number of inter-state and intra-state population movements are to sea or tree change regions. Read more.
CoreLogic news details New South Wales first home buyer activity to stall before surging higher on July 1, 2017. Read more.
Based on the relationship between demonstrated housing demand and advertised stock levels, stock availability for sale exceeds demand across capital cities.
CoreLogic news details housing affordability continues to be a topic dominating headlines in Australia. Download Report for April 2017.
Based on Building Activity data released by the ABS there were more newly built units completed over the December 2016 quarter than houses, the first time on-record this has occurred.
With recent record high levels of new housing construction and investor mortgage activity, the supply of housing stock available for rent is climbing and is expected to continue to increase.
We take a retrospective look at median dwelling values across the suburbs of Australia to show the deterioration of more affordable housing across the capital cities.
Over recent months the average number of days it takes to sell a residential property has been falling, reflecting the overall improvement in housing market conditions.
Higher priced properties in Sydney and Melbourne is not the only obstacle stopping people from entering these markets.
CoreLogic news details a joint study by Aussie Home Loans and CoreLogic shows the staggering diversity of the Australian housing market. Read more.
CoreLogic news looks at the regions that have had at least 50 settled sales in 2015 and 2016. The total value of transactions is an important figure. Read more.
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.
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.