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Louis is recognised as one of Australia’s most respected and impartial research property analyst. He has extensive knowledge and experience of property and is regularly quoted in the media on his insights and is director of SQM Research.
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Asking rents in Australia rise again by another 1.4%, based on  data from SQM Research.  The latest data revealed national residential property rental vacancy rates rose to 1.1% in April 2022, from 1% in the month of March. The total number of rental vacancies Australia-wide now stands at 39,616 residential properties, up from 36,868 in…

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National residential property listings rose in April 2022 by 4.8% to reach 228,901 properties, up from 218,398 in March.  This is based on the figures released by the latest SQM Research. The largest monthly rises in property listing were in Hobart, Brisbane, and Sydney at 17.7%, 7.8% and 5.8% over the month of April. However,…

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National residential property rental vacancy rates fell to 1% in March 2022, down from 1.2% in February 2022 according to the latest SQM Research. This represents half the total number of vacancies reported as of twelve months ago and the lowest national vacancy rate since 2006. The total number of vacancies Australia-wide now stands at…

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National residential property listings (properties available for sale) rose in March 2022 by 1.8% to 218,398 from 214,495 in February. Compared to 12 months ago, listings dropped 9%. Nationally, new listings (less than 30 days) jumped 5.7% over March, with 84,237 new properties added to the new listings are up 0.2% over the year.  Old…

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The national residential property rental vacancy rates fell to 1.2% in February 2022, a fresh 16-year low and down from 1.3% in January 2022. Available rental properties plunged in the Melbourne and Sydney CBDs while capital city asking rents have 9.4% over the year to March 12, which is likely to add fuel to inflation. …

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Rental vacancies have plunged over February with border re-openings and the easing of covid restrictions reactivating demand in markets already short of rental stock. The national weekly median asking house rent has increased by 8.9% over the past year to $497, with the February house vacancy rate lower again – falling to 1.3%. All capitals…

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The national residential property rental vacancy rates sharply decreased to 1.3%, down by 0.3% over January 2022. This represents a 16 year low for the national rental vacancy rate as reported by SQM Research. Vacancy Rates The total number of vacancies Australia-wide now stands at 47,977 residential properties, down from 57,558 in December. Sydney,Melbourne, and…

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National residential property listings fell in January 2022 by 8% to 200,865 from 218,415 in December 2021. Melbourne and Canberra have recorded the greatest falls in listings of 11.5% and 12.8% over the month of January. Over the year, property listings are trending downwards nationwide. Compared to 12 months ago, national listings fell 24.2%, with…

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National residential property rental vacancy rates increased to 1.6%, up by 0.1% over December 2021. The total number of vacancies Australia-wide now stands at 57,558 residential properties, up from 55,370 in November. Canberra and Darwin vacancy rates increased to 1.0% and 1.2% in December up from 0.8% and 0.9% in November. In Perth, Adelaide, and…

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National residential property listings fell in December 2021 by 6.5% to 218,415 from 233,716 in November. Compared to 12 months ago, listings dropped 20%. Nationally, new listings (Less than 30 days) fell 29.5% over December, with 67,972 new properties added onto the market. New listings are up 2.4% over the year. Old listings fell 6.8%…

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