Articles by Louis Christopher

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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National residential property listings rose in July 2021 by 1.1% to 238,834 from 236,218 in June 2021. The largest monthly falls in property listings in July were in Sydney and Adelaide, as the latest lockdowns in these cities disrupted the market. Melbourne has recorded a rise in listings of 3.9% over the month, as a…

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The national residential rental vacancy rate fell to 1.7% over the month of June 2021 from 1.8% in May. This represents the lowest vacancy rate at the national level since May 2011. Vacancy rates continue to fall for Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Hobart, while some regional locations recorded a moderate rise in vacancies. The total…

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National residential property listings dropped in June 2021 by 4.0% to 236,218 from 245,953 in May 2021, with old stock being cleared nationwide as the number of buyers outstrips sellers, pushing up property prices around the nation. The largest monthly falls in property listing in June were in Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, and Adelaide. Over the…

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The national residential rental vacancy rate fell to 1.8% over the month of May 2021 from 1.9% in April, with vacancy rates continuing to fall Australia-wide, forcing up in rents, particularly in regional locations. Vacancy rates also receded from very high levels in the Sydney and Melbourne CBDs. The total number of vacancies Australia-wide now…

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The national residential property listings dropped in May 2021 by 6.3% to 245,953 from 262,617 in April 2021, and old stock is being cleared nationwide as the number of buyers outstrips sellers during this property boom. The largest monthly falls in property listing were in Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Adelaide, as stock levels trend downwards,…

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SQM Research has revealed the national residential rental vacancy rate dropped to 1.9% over the month of April 2021 from 2.1% in March, with suburban vacancy rates continuing to fall, with landlords demanding huge rent hikes in some locations including the Gold Coast and North Coast NSW. The total number of vacancies Australia-wide is now…

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National residential property listings rose in April 2021 by 2.4% to 262,617 from 256,568 in March 2021, while asking houses prices jumped 6.1% in Sydney as the property market gathers momentum. The largest monthly rises in property listing were in Canberra, Perth, and Sydney, while Hobart listings fell 4.8% as they continue a downward trend,…

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The national residential rental vacancy rate rose to 2.1% over the month of March 2021 from 2.0% in February. The total number of vacancies Australia-wide is now 72,436 residential properties.  The rise in vacancy rates is abnormal for March. It is the first time since 2007 vacancy rates rose for March compared to February. The…

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The national residential rental vacancy rate was steady at 2.0% over the month of February 2021 and from a year ago, though vacancies edged higher in Melbourne which remains weighed down by underwhelming demand for rental accommodation. The total number of vacancies Australia-wide is now 71,544 vacant residential properties. In more bad news for Melbourne…

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National residential property listings fell in February 2021 by 2.7% to 257,592 from 265,116 in January 2021. Compared to 12 months ago, listings are down by 13.1%. The largest monthly decrease were in Adelaide, Brisbane, and Perth. Compared to a year earlier, listing fell the most in Hobart and Adelaide. Key Points National residential property…

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