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Sydney property market forecast for 2024

Are you wondering what will happen to the Sydney property market in 2024? Well…After booming through 2020 and 2021 with prices rising by 27.2%, Sydney housing values fell -12.4% from their peak in January 2022 through to the recent trough in January 2023. But now the Sydney housing market has clearly turned the corner with…

Home Price Growth Still Strong Over November | Latest Housing Market Stats

National house prices have continued to record strong results over November although growth rates in most capitals have eased marginally compared to the previous month’s robust results. The national capital city median house price again increased sharply by 0.7% over the November quarter compared to the October quarter – rising to $1,085,389, according to the…

The continuing apartment shortage and rental risis in Australia

It’s old news that Australia is currently experiencing a significant shortage of apartments and a corresponding rental crisis. And renters should not expect a reprieve from upward rental pressure anytime soon as the pace of apartment-building has slowed. According to a report by International Agents JLL, the supply pipeline of inner-city apartments has dropped by…

The government giveth, and the government taketh away

Much of the news media lapped up the surprise announcement that Queensland will double the first home buyer grant to $30,000, effective immediately as of the weekend. The new grant, which applies only to new builds of up to $750,000, is intended to help stimulate supply rather than boost the overall market. To that end,…

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