CoreLogic’s June housing market review reveals Brisbane dwelling values continued the sustainable, but moderate pace of growth. Despite the seasonal weakening, the popularity of the real estate market remains at a high level Further conclusions can be made only as a result of monitoring the subsequent development of the market. You can check out the
Core Logic has released their newest housing market update for May 2017. In the below overview we have included a summary of Core Logic’s overall analysis of the property market. We’ve also included their Brisbane housing market video below along with a transcript. Australian Housing Market Overview This month has seen somewhat of a downward slope
Believe it or not, Brisbane now has a suburb with a median priced of $2million. According to CoreLogic the inner city blue chip suburb Teneriffe now has a median house price of $2.05m. Seventeen homes have sold in this tightly held suburb in the past year, pushing it’s median price up 7.9 per cent in the past
CoreLogic recently released their monthly review of the Brisbane property market. It’s mostly good news, with Brisbane continuing its positive trend and growth factors remaining stable. As a result, house values have increased 4% over the past year. It is likely we will see this trend continue with migration to Queensland picking up momentum. However,
Every capital city has seen a deterioration in the rental yield profile over the past twelve months, yet in would seem the Brisbane market showed one of the worst results. Gross rental yields have reduced from 3.7 per cent across the combined capitals twelve months ago, to 3.5 per cent at the end of March this year.
Latest research by Eliza Owen from onthehouse.com.au has revealed that Teneriffe is Queensland’s new number one destination for million-dollar houses, stealing the crown from New Farm, which took the top spot in 2014. The highest new entrant in the state’s $1 million+ suburb list is Ransome, with a 38 per cent increase in million-dollar houses from