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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Brisbane housing values were down half a percent in May, with falls confined to the detached housing sector. CoreLogic has released their newest housing market update for June 2019. Unit values actually rose 0.1% over the month, breaking a long-running trend of falling values. The oversupply that has weighted down the Brisbane unit market has…

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Sydney dwelling values continued to trend lower in May, down a further 0.5% over the month to be 14.9% lower relative to the market peak back in July 2017. CoreLogic has released their newest housing market update for June 2019. The good news for homeowners is that this was the smallest month on month decline…

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Melbourne dwelling values continued to trend lower in May, down 0.3% over the month to be 11.1% lower since peaking in November 2017. CoreLogic has released their newest housing market update for June 2019. Although values are still falling, this was the smallest month on month decline since March last year and continues a trend…

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Adelaide was the only capital city to avoid a fall in housing values through May, with the CoreLogic index rising 0.2% over the month to be 0.4% higher over the past twelve months. Core Logic has released their newest housing market update for June 2018. Housing values and transaction activity are generally holding firm across…

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The Perth housing market downturn eased off a little in May, however, dwelling values are still trending lower, down 1% over the month and 8.8% lower over the past twelve months. Core Logic has released their newest housing market update for June 2018. The ongoing weakness in the housing market can be attributed to mix…

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A variety of outcomes and announcements through the second half of May and early June that are likely to bode well for the housing market. These include; stability in the federal government, an announcement from APRA that borrower serviceability assessments were likely to improve by late June and the RBA cut interest rates to a…

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The CoreLogic May 2019 home value index results showed national dwelling values were down 0.4% over the month; the smallest month-on-month fall in a year. Although at a broad level dwelling values are still trending lower across the regions of Australia, the pace of declines eased further in May, continuing a trend that has been…

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Brisbane’s housing values have been trending lower over the past five months, driving values 1.9% lower over the past twelve months. CoreLogic has released their newest housing market update for May 2019. The downtrend in housing values comes despite rising demand from higher population growth, relatively affordable housing prices and steady economic conditions. Considering the…

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Focusing on the Sydney market, dwelling values were down by 0.7% over the month. CoreLogic has released their newest housing market update for May 2019. Although the month to month falls remain substantial, this was the smallest decline in six months, continuing a trend that has seen the rate of decline improving since the beginning…