CoreLogic has released its March Quarter Property Market & Economic Review, Eliza Owen Head of Research Australia provides insights around the state of housing before the onset of COVID-19 as well as an assessment of what is ahead.
Rent values increased 0.3% nationally over the month of March. Despite rental value increases, this has decelerated from a recent peak growth rate of 0.5% in January 2020.
A quarterly review of national rents (www.corelogic.com.au/quarterlyrentreview) by CoreLogic showed that rents surged 0.5% higher over the month to January 2020 to record a current median rental value of $440/week. According to Eliza Owen who heads...
Property values have increased in 23 out of 50 separate house and unit markets over the past 12 months to January 2020, according to the latest Quarterly Regional Market Update from CoreLogic. The report analyses property market performance across...
CoreLogic auction activity analysis found that over the 3 months to December 2019, the combined capital cities clearance rate came in at 70.3 per cent from 26,923 auctions.
Almost nine in ten (87.4 per cent) property resales over the September 2019 quarter sold for more than their previous price, delivering a gross profit of $18.7 billion for resellers across Australia.
One of the largest regional analysis of its type now available in the market is the CoreLogic Regional Report. Produced quarterly, the regional analysis delivers market insights for houses and units across 25 of Australia’s largest non-capital city...
There were just under 2,000 capital city homes taken to auction this week, with auction activity relatively steady week-on-week after last week saw 2,022 capital city homes auctioned.
National rents were 0 1 lower over the month to September 2019 with a median rental value of 436 /week.
Over the 3 months to September 2019 the clearance rate across the combined capital cities came in at 69 9 per cent across 16 730 auctions, the strongest quarterly clearance rate seen since the June 2017 quarter 71 7 per cent) In
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.
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.
The latest CoreLogic Quarterly Regional Market Update (June 2019), which tracks sales volumes and dwelling values across 11 of Australia’s regional hubs, shows that sales activity has fallen across all regions over the last 12 months.