Adelaide saw a 0.6% rise in dwelling values last month taking the annual growth rates were low, but sustainable 3.5%
While the growth trend across Adelaide has been subtle dwelling are continuing to see them up which pressure at a time when economic conditions remain relatively soft.
The upward trend in home values is being supported by a rise in dwelling sales with settled sales across the state rising by 1.2% over the year.
Apart for the modest rate of capital gains rental yield just substantially higher than the combined capital city average, with houses providing an average gross yield of 4% and unity showing a higher yield of 4.7%.
The combination of solid rental returns and sustainable capital games may be attracted to investors are looking outside of amateur growth cycles of Sydney and Melbourne.
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