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.
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.
Rents are rising across Australia but at a slower pace than they were 12 months ago, according to the latest Quarterly Rental Review by CoreLogic.
Global data analytics provider CoreLogic has released its first Quarterly Rental Review for 2018, which tracks the median rental price of houses and units across Australian capital cities and regions.
Property investors will welcome news from CoreLogic that although rental yields are flat, rental rates are on the rise.
Summing up the 2017 housing market, it is described as a market in transition but still quite diverse. Read more.
The 2016 Census data provides the opportunity to look at the areas across the nation which have had the highest proportion of rental properties.
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.
Diversity and complexity are two key words to best describe the housing market activity of 2016. Read more.
The popular myth in Australian real estate is that property prices double every seven to ten years. In this week’s Pulse we test this myth, looking at the number of suburbs that have seen median selling prices double over the past decade.
The CoreLogic Rent Review details, excluding Melbourne, Darwin and Canberra, rental rates of capital cities continued to drop in August 2016. Download Report.
Dwelling approvals data shows that as unit approvals have surged, housing markets are going vertical with a record-high number of high rise units approved for construction over recent years.