Housing values continued to rise through the first month of 2021 with CoreLogic's national home value index up 0.9% over the month.
Australia’s housing market finished the year on a strong footing with CoreLogic’s national home value index rising a further 1.0% in December; the third consecutive month-on-month rise following a -2.1% drop in dwelling values between April and...
Australia's housing market continued along a recovery trend through November. CoreLogic’s national index recorded a second consecutive monthly rise in November, with dwelling values up 0.8% over the month. The new recovery trend follows a 2.1% drop...
Following five months of consistent declines in residential property values, CoreLogic’s national home value index moved back into positive month-on-month growth through October, posting a 0.4% rise. The lift in home values was broad based, with...
September marked a striking turn in housing market sentiment; consumer confidence increased, new listings rose, and six of the eight capital cities recorded a rise in home values over the month.
Australian home values moved through a fourth month of COVID-induced falls, with the CoreLogic home value index recording a 0.4% fall in August.
Australian housing values racked up a third consecutive month of declines in July, with CoreLogic’s home value index dropping 0.6% over the month, a slight improvement from June when the national series was down 0.7%.
According to the CoreLogic Home Value Index results for May, Australian dwelling values posted their first month-on-month decline since June last year.
A rebound in the pace of capital gains across the Australian housing market throughout February saw the national index rise by 1.1% over the month.
Australia’s housing value rebound continued into 2020 with the CoreLogic national home value index up by 0.9% over the first month of the year. This now takes the annual growth rate to 4.1%; the fastest pace of growth for a twelve month period since...
Dwelling values rose by 1.1% over the month of December and by 4.0% over the quarter to finish out 2019 on a positive note according to the CoreLogic national home value index.
CoreLogic’s national Home Value Index surged 1.7% higher over the month and delivered the fifth consecutive monthly increase, coupled with the largest monthly gain in the national index since 2003.
The CoreLogic Home Value Index results for October out today confirm a 1.2% rise in national dwelling values over the month, delivering the fourth straight month of rising values.
The CoreLogic September home value index results saw the national index post the largest monthly gain since March 2017, largely driven by a strong rebound in Sydney and Melbourne where values were up 1.7% over the month.
The CoreLogic August home value index results showed that national dwelling values increased by 0.8% over the month; the first monthly increase in values since October 2017 and the largest monthly increase since April 2017.