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Q4 2017 Key Market Indicators - WA

Dec. 5, 2017, 11:19 p.m.

Q4 2017 PRD Key Market Indicators - Western Australia

Believe it or not…Western Australia (WA) is the 3rd most affordable state in Australia, at 42.3 index points. This is significantly higher than the Australian average of 31.8 index points. Due to the state’s transition from a mining to a professional services sector, now is the perfect time for astute investors to enter the WA property market. The PRDnationwide Q4 2017 Key Economic Indicators provide consumers with a quick snapshot of the current state of affairs from an economic and property perspective. The PRDnationwide Key Economic Indicators cover both national and state level data.

Key Economic Indicators PRDnationwide Property Reports

Sept. 19, 2017, 2:15 a.m.

Q3 2017 Key Market Indicators – Western Australia

The results are in: Western Australia recorded the 2nd highest growth in home loan affordability over the past 12 months, at 4.9% to 42.8index points. Western Australia’s affordability level is far above the average Australian index reading of 32.9, making it an ideal place for first time interstate investors. The PRDnationwide Q3 2017 Key Economic Indicators provide consumers with a quick snapshot of the current state of affairs from an economic and property perspective. The PRDnationwide Key Economic Indicators cover both national and state level data.

Key Economic Indicators PRDnationwide Property Reports

Sept. 19, 2017, 12:27 a.m.

Q3 2017 Key Market Indicators

The results are in: Australia’s home loan affordability has improved by 4.4% over the past 12months, at 32.9 index points in March 2017. The Northern Territory leads the way with 10.2% improved affordability (47.4 index points), followed by Victoria at 6.6% (30.8 index points). The PRDnationwide Q3 2017 Key Economic Indicators provide consumers with a quick snapshot of the current state of affairs from an economic and property perspective. The PRDnationwide Key Economic Indicators cover both national and state level data.

AEPR 2017 - Research Hub

July 19, 2017, 11:42 p.m.

Australian Economic and Property Report 2017

PRDnationwide’s Australian Economic and Property Report 2017 is a comprehensive and important resource for those wanting to keep up to date on evolving key economic and property market trends.

Key Economic Indicators PRDnationwide Property Reports

May 26, 2017, 6 a.m.

Q2 2017 Key Market Indicators – Western Australia

The PRDnationwide Q2 2017 Key Economic Indicators provide consumers with a quick snapshot of the current state of affairs from an economic and property perspective. The PRDnationwide Key Economic Indicators cover both national and state level data.

Factsheet_1st_Half_2017

May 15, 2017, 2:15 a.m.

Broome Property Factsheet 1st Half 2017

Broome’s housing market provides a more affordable and attractive option than nearby towns, as highlighted by its lower median price and more favourable growth rate. Interest in rental properties is swiftly increasing, with rental demand rising and impressive yields of 4.8% (houses) and 6.9% (units).

Sept. 26, 2016, 2 p.m.

Australian Core Graphs Q3 2016

Lowest ever interest rates (1.5% cash rate), positive consumer sentiment, improving home loan affordability, and lowest unemployment rate since October 2013 provide a stable basis for the current national economy.

Sept. 14, 2016, 2 p.m.

Australian Economic and Property Report 2016

PRDnationwide's Australian Economic and Property Report highlights trends across 2016.

June 13, 2016, 2 p.m.

Australian Core Graphs Q2 2016

Consumer confidence is positive at 103.2 index points in May, an 8.5% increase from April 2016. This is the highest level since January 2014, which coincides with the RBA cutting cash rates to 1.75%.

March 6, 2016, 1 p.m.

Australia Core Graphs Q1 2016

Consumer confidence is positive at 101.3 index points. Home loan affordability index has decreased by 2.5%, prompting the RBA to keep the cash rate at a steady 2.0% for 10 months running.