Brisbane Housing Market Update [video] | July 2022

Brisbane Housing Market Update [video] | July 2022

Brisbane, Insight

Brisbane’s rate of growth in housing values has eased sharply, reducing from a quarterly trend of 8.5% through the December quarter to 2.7% in the June quarter. The monthly rise was just 0.1% in June. If this trajectory continues, we are likely to see Brisbane housing values declining on a month-to-month basis through July. GrowthRead More

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Sydney Housing Market Update [video] | July 2022

Sydney Housing Market Update [video] | July 2022

Insight, Sydney

After housing values surged by 28% through the pandemic, Sydney’s are now consistently trending lower, chalking up the fifth consecutive month of decline in June. You can also check out the local reports for Brisbane and Melbourne. Since peaking, Sydney housing values have reduced by -3.1% or approximately $35,200. House values are recording a sharperRead More

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17 Sydney suburbs cheaper than 5 years ago

17 Sydney suburbs cheaper than 5 years ago

Insight, Property Investment, Sydney

Sydney’s property market may be trailing off from its peak, but prices are still exceptionally high versus the average household income in the majority of suburbs across the city. Thanks to historically low interest rates, government incentives, pandemic-induced interstate migration, and historic levels of demand from buyers over the past two years, prices have surgedRead More

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16 Melbourne suburbs cheaper than 5 years ago

16 Melbourne suburbs cheaper than 5 years ago

Insight, Latest posts, Melbourne, Property Investment

Prices in Melbourne’s property market went backwards in May after the Reserve Bank of Australia raised the cash rate for the first time since November 2010. But median property prices are still high versus household income across most of the city’s suburbs. And that’s thanks to historically low interest rates, government incentives, pandemic-induced interstate migration and historicRead More

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16 Brisbane suburbs cheaper than 5 years ago

16 Brisbane suburbs cheaper than 5 years ago

Brisbane, Insight, Latest posts, Property Finance, Property Investment

Brisbane’s property market had a bumper start to 2022, even while markets in Sydney and Melbourne were beginning to cool – and only now has price growth shown signs of slowing. Thanks to historically low interest rates, government incentives, pandemic-induced interstate migration, and historic levels of demand from buyers over the past two years, prices haveRead More

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