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.
The CoreLogic July home value results out today confirmed that national dwelling values continued their weak run, with both capital city and regional dwelling values trending lower over the past three months.
The July 2018 edition of the HIA-CoreLogic Residential Land Report provides updated information on lot prices and sales activity in 47 markets across Australia – including six of the capital cities.
The number one top performing suburb for consistent capital growth in Australia is Wallan, Victoria located approximately 45 km from Melbourne, according to new CoreLogic research.
According to the CoreLogic Quarterly Auction Market Review, the combined capital city clearance rate for the June 2018 quarter fell 6.8 per cent to just 57.8 per cent, making it the lowest quarterly result since December 2012 (which was 50.9 per...
CoreLogic news details the top 100 suburbs where growth is constant for properties under $500,000. Read more to know the most affordable suburb in Australia.
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.
The CoreLogic July Market Movement Report uses Cordell construction project data to assess results in the construction market for the first quarter of 2018. Results show recovery in the mining sector, and a lingering construction in residential,...
Almost 90% of individual residential properties re-sold in Australia during the March 2018 quarter attracted a gross profit, with vendors pocketing a total of $14.819 billion - the majority of which was generated in Sydney and Melbourne.
The CoreLogic Quarterly Regional Market Update is out and regional honours for the largest annual increase in median values in both houses (15.8%) and units (12.2%) officially goes to Geelong.
The June edition of the CoreLogic Construction Monthly Report reveals $20.3 billion worth of new development applications were captured over May and are 39% higher than for April.
The May CoreLogic home value index results out today confirm that national dwelling values dipped by 0.1% over the month, fueled by weaker conditions in Melbourne and Sydney while regional dwelling values continued to tick higher.