Rent values across the combined regional markets have outpaced capital city rents with a growth rate almost three times the size in the 12 months to April.
One of the most prominent trends in Australian housing markets over the past 12 months has been the deterioration of rents in inner city apartment markets across Sydney and Melbourne. While these markets are far from recovery, there are signs that...
Amid COVID-19, much attention has been given to weaker rental market conditions. But as with buying and selling property, market conditions vary substantially among regions. New data estimates from CoreLogic, calculating the portion of rental stock...
COVID-19 is having varied impacts on residential property, but arguably the biggest impact could be in the rental space. But the impact on different regions will vary, depending on how exposed markets are to tourism, migration and job losses.
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.
The CoreLogic quarterly rent review released today shows national weekly rents increased by 0.3% over the second quarter of 2019; slower than the 1.0% increase the previous quarter and level with rental growth over the June 2018 quarter.
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.
The CoreLogic Rent Review details, excluding Melbourne, Darwin and Canberra, rental rates of capital cities continued to drop in August 2016. Download Report.
CoreLogic news details weekly rents across the combined capital cities fell by -0.4% in June 2016 according to the CoreLogic June Rent Review. Download Report.
The December 2015 regional results for the quarter follows the recent release of the CoreLogic RP Data capital city rental review for December. Download Report.
CoreLogic news details the growth conditions across the national housing market for 2015. It can best be described as diverse. Read more.
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Weekly rents across Australia’s capital cities rose by just 0.3% over the twelve months to the end of November - the lowest annual growth rate on record according to the CoreLogic RP Data monthly rental review out today.
CoreLogic RP Data today released its country-wide regional rental report which confirmed rental market conditions outside of the capital cities remained weak over the September 2015 quarter.
A sharp rise in home values in two of Australia’s largest capital cities hasn’t flowed through to rental rates according to the latest CoreLogic RP Data rental review which today revealed that rental increases are now at their slowest pace on record...