- Houses top units again
- Melbourne on top nationally
- All capitals over 50% clearance
There were just under 2,000 capital city homes taken to auction this week; an increase in volumes of 21% over the week (1,639 last week). The higher volumes returned a preliminary auction clearance rate of 74 per cent, increasing on last week’s final result of 72.8 per cent.
Across the individual property types, the last five weeks has seen houses consistently outperformed units in terms of clearance rate with 74.9 per cent of houses selling at auction this week, while across the unit market a lower 71.2 per cent preliminary clearance rate was recorded.
There were 1,022 Melbourne homes taken to auction this week, 77.8 per cent of which returned a successful result, up on the 74.5 per cent final auction clearance last week when volumes were lower (826). One year ago, 53.8 per cent of the 1,161 Melbourne homes taken to auction cleared.
Sydney returned a final auction clearance rate of 76.6 per cent this week as volumes increased across the city. There were 647 homes taken to auction, up on the 585 homes auctioned the week prior when 76 per cent sold. Last year, a higher 851 Sydney homes were auctioned returning a 51.1 per cent success rate.
Canberra was the best performing of the smaller auction markets, with a preliminary auction clearance rate this week of 65.3 per cent, Adelaide followed closely with 59.2 per cent of homes selling at auction.
Get a full rundown of results in all the capitals. Also a look inside the top sales in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra and Perth. Kevin Brogan joins Kevin Turner to present the latest results from Core Logic.