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Tim heads up the Core Logic RP Data research and analytics team, analysing real estate markets, demographics and economic trends across Australia. Visit www.corelogic.com.au


Adelaide Housing Market Update [video] | May 2018
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Adelaide Housing Market Update [video] | May 2018

The Adelaide housing market saw values edge 0.1% higher in April, however the market is down 0.4% over the first four months of the year. Core Logic has released their newest housing market update for May 2018.   Despite the relatively steady conditions, settled sales have tracked 3.2% higher year on year across Adelaide and ctivity…

Perth Housing Market Update [video] | May 2018
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Perth Housing Market Update [video] | May 2018

Perth dwelling values held firm in April, with both house and unit values remaining steady over the month. Core Logic has released their newest housing market update for May 2018.   While the result remains soft, the Perth housing market is showing a variety of signals that it has moved through the bottom of its downturn….

The latest stats — here’s what’s happening in our mortgage markets
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The latest stats — here’s what’s happening in our mortgage markets

Housing finance commitments to owner occupiers are trending higher as commitments to investors trend lower. There was $33.5 billion in housing finance commitments in February 2018 to Australian lenders. The total value of housing finance commitments increased by 1.0% in February 2018 and was 2.1% higher year-on-year. The $33.5 billion in commitments was split between…

National Housing Market Update [video] | May 2018
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National Housing Market Update [video] | May 2018

Similar to previous months, CoreLogic found that the declines were concentrated within the largest capitals, while regional dwelling values edged 0.4% higher. On an annual basis, the combined capitals recorded the first decline in dwelling values since late 2012, with values slipping 0.3% lower, driven by falls in Sydney (-3.4%), Perth (-2.3%) and Darwin (-7.7%). The…

The first sign of decline for our property market
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The first sign of decline for our property market

National dwelling values nudged 0.1% lower in April, the seventh consecutive month-on-month fall since values started retreating in October last year according to the CoreLogic April home value index results out today. Similar to previous months, CoreLogic found that the declines were concentrated within the largest capitals, while regional dwelling values edged 0.4% higher. Capital…