Articles by Tim Lawless

Tim Lawless

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


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After values fell almost 1%, the past two month have seen Brisbane housing values rising. The recent increase has pushed dwelling values to a new record high, although we are still seeing some divergence between Brisbane house and units in terms of growth. Unit values actually slipped 0.1% lower in October and remain 12% below…

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Sydney posted its first monthly gain in housing values after five months of consistent falls. The October result was only slightly positive, up by 0.1% over the month, with house values driving the gains, rising half a pervent. Meanwhile, unit values continued to fall, down half a percent. Through the COVID period downturn, Sydney home…

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Values were lower across Melbourne through October, the trend rate of decline has been easing since mid-September. With a drop of 0.2%, this was the smallest month on month fall in values since the COVID-19 related downturn commenced in April. Since the announcement in late September that private home inspections were once again permitted, new…

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Adelaide’s housing market has moved from strength to strength over recent month, with home values reaching a new record high in October. Dwelling values were 1.2% higher in October and that was the largest monthly gain since early 2008, just before GFC induced correction. Relatively low housing prices, an effective flattening of the virus curve…

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Perth’s housing market is back on a recovery trajectory, with home values posting a third straight month of rises. Values are 0.8% higher over the past three months, but that wasn’t enough to reverse the earlier 2.2% drop recorded through the early months of COVID. Housing market activity has been tracking higher, with CoreLogic’s estimate…

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Following five months of consistent declines in residential property values, CoreLogic’s national home value index moved back into positive month-on-month growth through October, posting a 0.4% rise. The lift in home values was broad-based, with every capital city apart from Melbourne posting a rise in values over the month. Dwelling values increased by more than…

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Following five months of consistent declines in residential property values, CoreLogic’s national home value index moved back into positive month-on-month growth through October, posting a 0.4% rise. The lift in home values was broad-based, with every capital city apart from Melbourne posting a rise in values over the month. Over the month dwelling values increased…

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