National rents were 0 1 lower over the month to September 2019 with a median rental value of 436 /week.
Almost nine in 10 properties (87.1 per cent) resold in the June quarter made a profit for the seller, according to CoreLogic’s latest Pain and Gain Report, which provides a view of how resold properties are performing across Australia.
With house prices on the slide in many Australian cities during the last year, a new CoreLogic report reveals the most affordable locations across the nation where a property costs less than $500,000 and has demonstrated significant growth over the...
Property data and analytics firm CoreLogic has today revealed where Australia’s top 100 suburbs for property investments are located based on a combination of rental yields and rental growth.
According to CoreLogic/Archistar modelling, building a one-bedroom granny flat could boost the value of the existing dwelling by 30 per cent.
With national dwelling values continuing to decline throughout 2018 and well into 2019, resulting in lower market confidence and fewer homes transacting, it’s important to understand the impact of this not only from the perspective of buyers and...
The latest CoreLogic Regional Report reveals challenging property market performance across Australia’s regions, with falling sales activity in the twelve months to February 2019.
The first CoreLogic Quarterly Rental Review for 2019, which tracks median rents and rental yields across Australia, shows that national weekly rents have risen by 1 per cent during the first three months of the year.
Key findings from the CoreLogic Pain & Gain Report for the September 2018 Quarter show that Australian properties resold for $14.06 billion in profits, but 11.1% of homes were resold at a loss.
A newly released CoreLogic report focusing on Australia’s property market performance in larger regions outside of the capitals has found the Geelong region recorded the largest annual increase in median values for both houses and units.
The CoreLogic report identifies those suburbs and towns nationwide that are classed as ‘over-performers’, based on their change in median value over the past 12 months but also their medium and longer term results.
CoreLogic has released the Top Rental Performers Report for September 2018, which offers some valuable insight for investors. Learn more.
The CoreLogic Pain & Gain Report is an analysis of homes resold over the quarter compares the recent sale price to the home’s previous sale price. Learn more.
CoreLogic today released the June quarter Housing Affordability Report for Australia, with results indicating that although housing affordability has recently started to improve, the longer- term view is deteriorating.
Over the second quarter of 2018, national dwelling values have declined by -0.5%, matching the -0.5% fall in values over the March quarter.