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Property Prices Tipped To Rise In Smaller Capital Cities

A return of investors to the market, coupled with a lack of listings is tipped to increase property prices throughout Australia in 2021. CoreLogic Research Director Tim Lawless predicts property price increases of between 7 per cent and 10 per cent in 2021, with the smaller capital cities, tipped to benefit the most. Mr. Lawless and Custodian CEO John Fitzgerald, the author of 7 Steps to Wealth, will … Continue reading Property Prices Tipped To Rise In Smaller Capital Cities

REIQ MEDIA RELEASE: QLD Property Market Prospers Despite Pandemic & Recession

Queensland’s property market continues to defy COVID-19 predictions, with median house prices rising yet again for a second consecutive quarter for much of the State. In fact, according to the latest Queensland Market Monitor published by the Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ), not one single region recorded a reduction in median house prices over the July-September 2020 quarter, with Queensland’s property market showing its resilience. “Brisbane … Continue reading REIQ MEDIA RELEASE: QLD Property Market Prospers Despite Pandemic & Recession

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CoreLogic Property Pulse

More vendors tried to sell their property in spring – but did people buy them? By Eliza Owen, Head of Research Australia As social distancing restrictions eased across Victoria from the end of September, more vendors put their property up for sale. In the three months to November, the number of new listings added to the market across Australia averaged around 39,000 a month. This … Continue reading CoreLogic Property Pulse

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CoreLogic Property Pulse

Trends in housing finance show the continued rise of owner-occupiers and first home buyers, led by Queensland By Eliza Owen, Head of Research Australia The volume of finance secured for the purchase of property experienced a strong rebound in the September quarter, following the initial shock to demand housing in the first two months of the June quarter. The latest ABS housing finance data shows … Continue reading CoreLogic Property Pulse

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We build the world’s biggest houses

Australian houses are world’s biggest: CommSec Home Size Trends Report The latest CommSec Home Size Trends Report reveals Australians are again building big houses and apartments. Australia is again building the biggest houses in the world, ahead of the United States, according to the latest CommSec Home Size Report. The average new house built in Australia in 2019/20 was 235.8 square metres, up 2.9 per … Continue reading We build the world’s biggest houses

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CoreLogic Property Pulse

Regional Housing Boom By Eliza Owen, Head of Research Australia at CoreLogic There has been a high level of interest as to whether the pandemic has spurred housing demand in regional markets of Australia. Housing market data is partially suggestive of this, especially across the largest capital cities. Rental value increases are positively correlated with greater distance from the CBD for the largest capital cities. … Continue reading CoreLogic Property Pulse

CoreLogic forms strategic partnership with climate risk modelling specialist

CoreLogic forms strategic partnership with climate risk modelling specialist Munich Re to help prepare Australia and New Zealand for climate change risks [SYDNEY, NSW] Today property data powerhouse, CoreLogic, announced it has joined forces with Munich Re, one of the world’s leading reinsurers, to offer the most comprehensive view of the impact of climate change to individual properties in Australia and New Zealand.  The two … Continue reading CoreLogic forms strategic partnership with climate risk modelling specialist

A Genuine Haven in an Idyllic Bush Setting

This home represents an idyllic family and business environment. The vendors have enjoyed the opportunity to run a business and raised their kids here. The mountain setting is breathtaking from its private, elevated position and is perfectly complemented by bush setting serenity. A home that offers a magnificent balance of indoor and outdoor living zones. The gently sloping driveway leads you to either side of … Continue reading A Genuine Haven in an Idyllic Bush Setting

Setting a New Benchmark for West Sydney

Comfortable Home & A Quality Investment This newly updated apartment guaranteed convenience and comfort with its highly sought-after location just a short walk from the Leake St/Mt Alexander Rd tram stop, local shops, cafes, and picturesque parks. No expense has been spared in the creation of this luxurious modern apartment. From the contemporary kitchen and high-end features throughout, to the on-trend flooring and neutral colour … Continue reading Setting a New Benchmark for West Sydney

A Private and Idyllic Applegum Grove

This private and idyllic property in approximately 21.7 acre features a three-bedroom mud-brick home overlooking more than 300 apple and orchid trees that is truly something extraordinary when you live here, you can forget about the rest of the world. And as you enter the house, extensive features of windows and cathedral ceilings fill the indoor living with sunlight. Great for entertaining, with a wonderful … Continue reading A Private and Idyllic Applegum Grove