Vacancy Rates Steady
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The national residential vacancy rate was steady at 2.1% in September 2018, though Sydney’s vacancy rate remained at its highest level in 13 years, while Hobart’s vacancy rate slipped to just 0.4% and Canberra’s tightened to 0.6%. The number of vacancies Australia-wide sat at 70,172 properties. Sydney’s vacancy rate was unchanged at 2.8% in September…

Vacancy Rates Steady in May
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Data released by SQM Research this week has revealed the national residential vacancy rate was unchanged at 2.1% in May 2018. The number of vacancies Australia-wide sitting at 69,152 properties, though the vacancy rate inched higher in Sydney and Melbourne, while it fell in Brisbane for the fifth straight month. Sydney’s vacancy rate rose to…

Vacancy Rates Rise in June
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Data released by SQM Research has revealed the number of national residential vacancies was 78,314 rental homes in June 2017, giving a national vacancy rate of 2.4%, up from 2.2% in May, led by a jump in Sydney vacancies.  Vacancies rose in Sydney to 13,215 in June, up from 11,153 in May, giving a vacancy…

Latest figures show vacancy rates still rising
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Figures released by SQM Research have revealed that the number of national residential vacancies rose in September, with 75,412 rental homes available, giving a national vacancy rate of 2.4%, up from 2.3% in August 2016. The biggest capital cities Sydney and Melbourne recorded vacancies rates of 1.8% and 2.0%, respectively, up marginally from August 2016,…

Vacancy Rates Around Australia: Houses Steady, Units Rising
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 The national capital city rental vacancy rate eased over November reflecting increasing vacancies in the unit market. The vacancy rate for houses remained steady at 2.2 percent with vacancies for units up from 2.8 percent to 3.1 percent. The overall total residential vacancy rate increased from 2.4 percent to 2.5 percent over the month. Most…

Seasonal Holiday Spike in Vacancy Rates
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Figures released by SQM Research this week have revealed that the number of residential vacancies nationally has picked back up slightly during November, recording a vacancy rate of 2.3% nationally, and 71,737 vacancies. Vacancies appear to be following the common seasonal trends expected at this time of year, where rental accommodation tends to become more…

Rental vacancies remain tight this month
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Figures released by SQM Research this week have revealed the number of residential vacancies remained tight across the nation in September 2015, with a vacancy rate of 2.3% posted based on 70,037 vacancies. Vacancies remained the same in most capital cities, excluding Melbourne, Canberra, Darwin and Hobart, where vacancies dropped over the month of September….

National Vacancy Rates Continue to Rise
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Figures released by SQM Research this week have revealed the number of residential vacancies climbed up across the nation in May 2015, with a vacancy rate of 2.4% posted based on 71,970 vacancies, up from 2.3% in April when vacancies were 69,295. Rates climbed in most capital cities, excluding Canberra, Sydney and Darwin were vacancy…

Vacancy Rates Continue to Rise
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SQM Research have this week have revealed the number of residential vacancies climbed up across the nation in April 2015, with a vacancy rate of 2.3% posted based on 69,295 vacancies, up from 2.1% in February when vacancies were 63,906. Rises were recorded in all capital cities, excluding Hobart where the vacancy rate remained unchanged….

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