Perth Housing Market Update [Video] – August 2017

The latest housing market results highlight the diversity of housing market conditions, with dwelling values down over the month in Perth (-1.3%).

Perth and Darwin have continued to see dwelling values slip lower over the month, taking the cumulative decline to 10.2% in Perth and 14.5% in Darwin since both markets peaked in 2014.

Dwelling values across Perth dipped again in July falling 1.3% of the month to be 2.1% lower of the year. Perth city skyline at night

Although values edged lower over the month the trend rate of decline has eased during 2017 as the market approaches a floor.

The unit market appears to have already started a recovery across Perth with values 3% higher over the past 12 months and settled unit cells also rising relative to a year ago.

Conditions still favored buyers however advertised stock levels are now reducing which should support some rebalancing between buyers and sellers.

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The ease in the rate of decline has been most visible in Perth, providing a signal that the Western Australian capital may be approaching the bottom of the downturn; listing numbers have been falling across Perth which is a positive sign of improving conditions, and transaction numbers have found a new floor at around 2,500 sales per month.


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Tim Lawless


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