Houses vs. Units | CoreLogic Pain and Gain report

The most recent edition of Corelogic’s Pain and Gain report analyses approximately 52,000 re-sale events over the June 2020 quarter to see who’s made money on their property transaction and who has not. The profitability in house and unit assets declined in the June quarter. The portion of loss making sales in houses was 10.4%, […]

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National review | CoreLogic Pain and Gain report

The most recent edition of Corelogic’s Pain and Gain report analyses approximately 52,000 re-sale events over the June 2020 quarter. The significant economic shock brought about by COVID-19 was likely to reduce profitability of residential real estate in the three months to June. However, the decline in profitability is marginal at the macro-level, reflecting the […]

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Profitability of housing was eroded by COVID-19 through the June quarter shows latest CoreLogic Pain and Gain report

This edition of the Pain and Gain report analyses approximately 52,000 re-sale events over the June 2020 quarter. The volume of sales analysed hints at the impact that COVID-19 restrictions have had on transaction activity in the residential property market. Observations are down -28.2% from the previous quarter, when 72,500 re-sales were analysed. Despite the […]

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Property prices fall but avoid the predicted major slump: Domain House Price Report

House prices have fallen nationally by just 2 per cent over the last March-to-June quarter according to the latest Domain House Price Report. Yet some of the headlines in the media say “Property prices plummeting” Far from it! At a time when unemployment is rising and household incomes are shrinking, our housing markets have remained […]

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