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2nd Half 2017 Research Factsheet

Dec. 14, 2017, 1:53 a.m.

Ettalong Beach Research Factsheet 2nd Half 2017

The Ettalong Beach property market recorded a median house price of $750,000 and $600,000 for units in Q3 2017, resulting in annual price growth of 15.4% and 14.3% respectively. In comparison, house prices in the Central Coast Council has grown by 9.3% to $645,000 over the same period of time, whereas unit prices grew by 12.9% to $491,250. Ettalong Beach is a premium market when compared to the wider LGA, however home owners and investors also benefit from higher capital growth.

2nd Half 2017 Research Factsheet

Dec. 14, 2017, 1:42 a.m.

Inner North Research Factsheet 2nd Half 2017

The Inner North property market recorded a median house price of $868,850 and $470,000 for units in Q3 2017, representing an annual price change of 9.8% and 13.3% respectively. Over the same period of time (Q3 2016-Q3 2017) Australian Capital Territory (ACT) median house price grew by 6.6% to $650,000 and median unit price grew by 4.8% to $440,000. This suggests that the Inner North property market is a premium one, whereby buyers are paying more to secure their properties. That said both investors and owner-occupiers are also rewarded with higher capital growth gains.

2nd Half 2017 Research Factsheet

Dec. 14, 2017, 1:23 a.m.

Ballarat Research Factsheet 2nd Half 2017

The Ballarat property market recorded a median house price of $357,500 for houses and $269,000 for units in Q3 2017, representing an annual price change of 8.0% and 19.6% respectively. This makes Ballarat a premium market when comparing median house prices to the surrounding suburbs in the Ballarat City LGA where house prices increased by 3.2% to $325,000 and unit prices by 11.8% to $252,000. In the Ballarat* property market existing and prospective investors, as well as owner-occupiers alike can be assured of a promising future where they benefit from stronger capital growth figures.

2nd Half 2017 Research Factsheet

Dec. 13, 2017, 6:38 a.m.

Bundaberg and Bargara Research Factsheet 2nd Half 2017

Bundaberg property data encapsulates aggregate property sales from the following suburbs: Avenell Heights, Avoca, Alloway, Ashfield, Branyan, Bucca, Bullyard, Bundaberg East, Bundaberg North, Bundaberg West, Bundaberg South, Coonarr, Gooburrum, Kalkie, Kepnock, Millbank, Norville, Qunaba, Rubyanna, Sharon, South Kolan, Svensson Heights, Thabeban, Walkervale, Windermere and Woongarra.

2nd Half 2017 Research Factsheet

Dec. 13, 2017, 12:23 a.m.

Bungendore Research Factsheet 2nd Half 2017

The Bungendore property market recorded a median house price of $676,000 and $267,000 for vacant land in Q3 2017, representing an annual price change of 15.6% and 4.7% respectively. Over the same period of time median house prices in Queanbeyan-Palerang LGA grew by 8.8% to $630,000 and median vacant land prices grew by 4.3% to $277,500. Bungendore proves to have a premium house market when compared to the wider LGA, with higher median price and capital growth.

2nd Half 2017 Research Factsheet

Dec. 12, 2017, 4:12 a.m.

Mildura Research Factsheet 2nd Half 2017

Mildura is major residential centre with competitive strengths in agriculture and food manufacturing. In Q3 2017*, the Mildura property market recorded a median price of $262,324 for house, $182,000 for unit. Year-on-year, Mildura house, unit and land prices have increased by 5.6%, 19.7% and 8.5% respectively, solidifying its reputation as a regional Victoria growth area

2nd Half 2017 Research Factsheet

Dec. 8, 2017, 7:30 a.m.

Maroubra Research Factsheet 2nd Half 2017

In Q3 2017 Maroubra recorded a median house price of $2,161,500 and unit price of $890,000, representing an annual price change of 13.8% and 6.1% respectively. Over the same period Randwick City Council recorded house median price of $2,160,500 (11.9% annual growth) and unit median price of $950,500 (5.6% annual growth). Maroubra house market is on par with the wider LGA on price however offering higher capital growth, whereas the unit market uniquely offers affordability yet with higher positive growth.

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.

Q4 2017 Key Market Indicators - VIC

Dec. 5, 2017, 2:39 a.m.

Q4 2017 PRD Key Market Indicators - Victoria

Believe it or not…Victoria (VIC) is not the state with the highest decline in the number of first home buyer loans growth. That said, the number of first home buyer loans have decreased by 10.1% over the past 12 months (to June 2017), which interestingly is higher than New South Wales’ (NSW) decrease of 3.4%. 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.

Q4 2017 SA Key Market Indicators

Dec. 5, 2017, 2:30 a.m.

Q4 2017 PRD Key Market Indicators - South Australia

Believe it or not… South Australia (SA), once widely known for its higher affordability (when compared to New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland), is becoming unaffordable. In the space of 3 months – between March and June 2017 quarters – home affordability growth went from positive to negative; as did the number of first home buyer loan growth. 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.