Total Property Listings Decreased in August

National residential property listings decreased in September by 6.3% from 312,680 listings in July 2020 to 293,053. Compared to 12 months ago listings were also down by 10.0%. All capital cities recorded decreases in property listings over the month with Melbourne recording the highest decrease at 13.2%. Hobart recorded the second largest decrease at 9.4% […]

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Total Property Listings Increased in July

National residential property listings increased in July by 3.8% from 301,140 listings in June 2020 to 312,680. Compared to 12 months ago, listings were down by 1.2%.  Nearly all capital cities experienced increases in property listings over the month except for Darwin which recorded a 1.4% decrease. The largest listings increase was in Sydney at […]

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Buyers are surprisingly responsive to a rise in listings over May

COVID-19 has brought about downside risks for the economy and housing market. A 0.3% decline in March GDP confirmed a technical recession is underway in Australia, total wages paid fell 5.4%between mid-March and early May, and Australian dwelling market values saw the first month-on-month decline since June 2019. But one surprising sign of stabilising emerged […]

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Total Property Listings Increased

National residential property listings increased in May by 3.9% from 292,775 listings in April 2020 to 304,137. Compared to 12 months ago, listings were down by 12.0%. All capital cities experienced increases in property listings over the month except for Canberra which posted a marginal 0.8% decrease. The largest listings increase was in Melbourne and […]

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