We sum up how the housing market performed during 2018.
Global data analytics provider CoreLogic has released its first Property Flipping Report, which provides a national analysis of properties that were ‘flipped’ (bought and re-sold within a short time frame with the purpose of making a profit) in...
Summing up the 2017 housing market, it is described as a market in transition but still quite diverse. Read more.
In this week’s Property Pulse we look at the change in dwelling values over the past year across the sub-regions of each capital city and examine how the performance compared to changes over the previous year and the average over the past five years.
The latest data on property exposures of Australia’s authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADI) show that the perceived riskier areas of new mortgage lending continue to slow.
In this week’s Property Pulse we look at the dwelling value premium for Sydney compared to the other capital cities over time.
Sydney and Melbourne regions have experienced the strongest value growth over the past decade while the other capital cities have generally seen comparatively moderate value increases.
By looking at the values of the 10th and 90th percentiles of dwellings across the country we get a much better idea about the varying value of housing across the nation.
Dwelling value growth has slowed as demand from investor’s falls; is this just a coincidence or does it highlight just how reliant the housing market has become on demand from the investor segment?
Earlier this month CoreLogic released their October 2017 home value index results, in this week’s Pulse we focus on what these results look like across the regional housing markets.
The ongoing increases in dwelling values over recent years has led to a significant reduction in the proportion of sales occurring below $400,000.
With dwelling values continuing to climb over the past year, the proportion of sales which have settled in excess of $1 million has also increased to new record highs.
Settled sales data indicates that although transactions are lower over the year across the combined capital cities the number of sales is beginning to stabilise.
The 2016 Census data provides the opportunity to look at the areas across the nation which have had the highest proportion of rental properties.