Articles by Louis Christopher

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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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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The national residential rental vacancy rate decreased by 0.2% over the month of January 2021 to stand at 2.0%.  The total number of vacancies Australia-wide is now 71,297 vacant residential properties. This time last year, the national vacancy rate was higher at 2.1%. With the exception of Hobart, all cities recorded falls in vacancies for…

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National residential property listings decreased in January 2021 by 2.9%, falling from 272,999 in December 2020 to 265,116. Compared to 12 months ago, listings were down by 10.5%. All capital cities experienced decreases in property listings over the month except for Perth which had a 0.1% increase in listings. The largest decrease was in Melbourne…

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The national residential rental vacancy rate remained stable at 2.1% over the month of November 2020. The total number of vacancies Australia-wide is now 72,879 vacant residential properties. This time last year, the national vacancy rate was higher at 2.2%. In most capital cities the vacancy rate remained stable over the month except for Sydney…

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National residential property listings decreased in November by 4.0% from 308,468 listings in October 2020 to 296,267.  Compared to 12 months ago, listings were down by 12.6%. All capital cities recorded decreases in property listings over the month with the exception of Melbourne which recorded an increase of 1.2% in listings. Darwin, Sydney and Hobart…

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The national residential rental vacancy rate marginally increased to 2.1% over the month of October 2020.  The total number of vacancies Australia-wide is now 74,221 vacant residential properties.  This time last year, the national vacancy rate was also at 2.1%. In most capital cities the vacancy rate remained stable over the month except for Sydney…

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