Auction Markets Cooling, Price Growth Slowing

Posted on 28 April 2021
Source:  Australian Property Journal AUCTION clearance rates and sale volumes have continued to decline as the market shows signs of cooling after a heated month of March. National Sale volumes dipped below the $1 billion mark on the weekend for the first time since 27 February when the market began to pick up in the lead up to Easter. According to Domain, there were 1,721 listings, 1,223 auctions and 981 sales were reported, resulting in a preliminary clearance rate of 80.2%. ...

Queensland Settlements Soar to New Heights

Posted on 28 April 2021
Source:  Australian Property Journal QUEENSLAND set its highest sales settlements since 2007 in the first quarter of the year, as confidence soars in the north-eastern property market. According to recent analysis by PEXA, national sale settlements in the first quarter were up 30% compared to the same period in the previous year, with nearly 200,000 properties being settled. In Queensland sales settlements were up 40% year-on-year, with 51,771 properties settled in the quarter.&n...

7 signs the housing market is moving through a peak rate of growth

Posted on 28 April 2021
Source:  CoreLogic The pace of capital gains across Australian housing markets has been close to record breaking, with the national growth rate in March the fastest since 1988. Such exuberant conditions have been driven by a multitude of factors including record low mortgage rates, a stunning surge in consumer confidence as the economic recovery beats expectations, a range of additional stimulus measures which have incentivised home buying and building, and persistently low adverti...

Brisbane records fastest growth of any Australian capital city

Posted on 31 March 2021
Source:  Brisbane Times Brisbane is booming as babies are born and southerners began to flee lockdowns for the Sunshine State's (usually) COVID-free lifestyle. Brisbane's population grew by 1.9 per cent during 2019-20, recording the highest growth rate of all capital cities, according to new Australian Bureau of Statistics data. ABS demography director Phil Browning said Brisbane was closely followed by Perth, with a population growth rate of 1.8 per cent. Third was Mel...

Sharpest Growth in 17 Years

Posted on 17 March 2021
Source: First National Real Estate According to CoreLogic, Australian home values surged 2.1% higher in February; the largest month-on-month change in the national home value index since August 2003. A combination of record low mortgage rates, improving economic conditions, government incentives and a significant shortage of inventory has created a broad-based boom across the housing market nationally.

Values rose in every capital city, and throughout each state regionally, confirmin...

Australian housing values reach a new record high as values continue to rise across every broad region of the country

Posted on 15 February 2021
Source:  Corelogic Housing values continued to rise through the first month of 2021 with CoreLogic's national home value index up 0.9% over the month.  The January movement takes Australian home values to a fresh record high. Housing values have surpassed pre-COVID levels by 1.0%, and the index is 0.7% higher than the previous October 2017 peak. Every capital city and broad rest-of-state region recorded a rise in housing values over the month, ranging from a 2.3% surge acr...

Largest Rental Market Boom in History

Posted on 12 January 2021
Source:  REIQ With an unprecedented year, came an unprecedented rental market. From tight vacancy rates through to increased median rents, we conclude 2020 with a prediction that Australia will experience the largest rental boom in history. We delved into the latest Queensland Market Monitor to capture the top 2020 rental market insights and spoke to Propertyology Head of Research, Simon Pressley, to understand what we can expect in 2021. A 2020 WRAP UP Demand for rental properties h...

Is a structural shift in housing demand leading to a regional housing boom?

Posted on 10 November 2020
Source - Corelogic There has been a high level of interest as to whether the pandemic has spurred housing demand in regional markets of Australia. Housing market data is partially suggestive of this, especially across the largest capital cities. Rental value increases are positively correlated with greater distance from the CBD for the largest capital cities. The latest CoreLogic indices show growth across regional housing markets is higher than the capital cities in both quarterly and ...

Experts warn of sharp fall in house prices

Posted on 30 September 2020
Source:  Courier Mail A ban on immigration could make the next few months a great time to buy a house, with COVID-19 sparking conditions not seen in 40 years. A COVID-19 induced ban on immigration is set to see Australia hit a giant population slump, the likes of which we have not seen in four decades, according to market experts, Fitch Ratings. In a research note, Fitch Ratings predicted Australian house prices would fall by 5 to 10 per cent in the next 12 to 18 months as a resu...

Mixed outlook on house prices

Posted on 30 September 2020
Source:  Australian Property Journal

RATINGS agency Fitch is forecasting house prices will decline by 5-10% over the 12 to 18 months due to lower immigration but economists disagree and believe the housing downturn will soon come to an end and they predict values could rise by up to 15% in 2021. Fitch noted that immigration was already slowing prior to the outbreak of the pandemic but numbers have plunged due to the government's stricter controls on international travel to com...
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