Articles by Eliza Owen

Eliza Owen

Eliza is head Of Residential Research Australia for Corelogic and a respected property market commentator. Eliza holds a first class honours degree in economics from the University of Sydney


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Housing affordability is becoming an increasingly pressing concern through 2021, as dwelling values continue to rise, and first home buyer activity has started to decline. Through April, national dwelling values increased 1.8%, which is six times the average monthly movement in property prices for the past decade. Adjusting the median dwelling value in Australia for…

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Australian housing values lifted by 1.8% in April according to CoreLogic’s national home value index, with the monthly pace of capital gains easing from a 32-year high in March (2.8%). Although growth conditions have slowed, housing values are still rising at a rapid pace, up 6.8% over the past three months to be 10.2% higher…

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The volume of new dwellings advertised for sale is finally starting to lift relative to previous years. In the four weeks to April 25th, there were 27,055 new listings advertised across Australian capital cities. A ‘new listing’ occurs when a dwelling is first advertised within the period of measurement (unless it has already previously been…

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Low mortgage rates, a swift economic recovery, which has spurred consumer sentiment, and low listing volumes have catapulted national housing values to new record highs. At the end of March, the CoreLogic national home value index increased a further 2.8%, placing values 5.6% above the previous market peak in October 2017. The combined value of…

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CoreLogic has released its quarterly ‘Pain and Gain’ report for the December quarter, which analyses the proportion of dwelling resales that made a nominal gain (or loss) relative to the previous purchase price. The latest analysis was based on 98,000 sales through the December quarter, where CoreLogic observed the property had previously sold. Based on…

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New data suggests changes to mortgage lending rules in the near future are unlikely, despite rapidly rising home values. Recent data from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) suggests that while the proportion of loan originations that could be ‘higher risk’ showed a slight increase through the December quarter, the regulator saw no evidence of…

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CoreLogic’s inaugural Women and Property: State of Play report released on International Women’s Day boosts evidence of the relationship between the gender pay gap and the gender wealth gap. It suggests addressing gender income equality could support closing the wealth gap as it relates to real estate over time. The report analysed a 2021 snapshot…

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