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Dwelling values across Australia’s capital cities were 0.9% higher in January driven partially by a rebound in Sydney and Melbourne. The recent growth conditions have pushed the Melbourne market into first place for annual growth in dwelling values with an 11.0% rise compared with Sydney where values are 10.5% higher over the past twelve months.
According to the January 2016 CoreLogic RP Data Hedonic Home Value Index results released today, dwelling values across Australia’s combined capital cities showed a 0.9 per cent rise in January after recording no change in December and a 1.5 per cent drop in November.
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The CoreLogic RP Data Regional Rental Report for December 2015 released today.
The latest CoreLogic RP Data Regional Rent Report revealed that while rental growth remained steady across most parts of regional Australia, Western Australia saw house and unit rents languish; house rents in the state dropped -2.6 per cent over the quarter to December 2015, while unit rents fell -3.0 per cent. Unit rents also stagnated in Queensland and Tasmania.
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An article from Residential Property Manager website says " The average median rental price for a three-bedroom house has increased in six of Australia’s eight capital cities during the past year. The Real Estate Institute of Australia has reported the weighted average median capital city house rent is now $401.80 per week.
Over the December 2014 quarter, Melbourne saw the largest increase in average weekly rent, up 2.9 per cent to $360 compared to the December 2013 quarter.
Hobart’s weekly rent jumped 2.9 per cent to $350.
Canberra’s weekly rent rose 2.4 per cent to $430, with Sydney not far behind with a 2.3 per cent increase to $430.
Adelaide saw its average weekly rent rise 1.5 per cent to $330, with Brisbane’s increasing 1.4 per cent to $370.
Perth saw the largest drop in weekly rental prices, down 4.3 per cent to $440.
Darwin also saw a decrease, dropping 2.0 per cent to $640.
By Marina Williams
Aug. 16, 2014, 1 a.m.
REGIONAL areas continue to offer prime real estate growth with the total median price rise for the past financial year at 4.1 per cent to $327,000.
REIV CEO Enzo Mr Raimondo said analysis of home sales in regional areas, according to property type and size, showed the biggest growth in the most recent quarter was in the price of a three-bedroom house – up 2.4 per cent to $295,000. The next-highest growth was for four-bedroom houses in regional Victoria, up by 1.2 per cent for the quarter to a median price of $415,000.
Major regional centres Bendigo, Ballarat and Geelong remained in positive territory for the three months to 30 June:
• 1.5 per cent to $335,000 for the City of Greater Bendigo
• 0.3 per cent growth to a median of $301,000 for the City of Ballarat, and
• 0.2 per cent for the City of Greater Geelong.
In each case, Mr Raimondo said solid growth was recorded across the ...
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