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Aug. 1, 2012, 2 p.m.
Gladstone Region Highlight Report Q3 2012
GLADSTONE REGION OVERVIEW The Gladstone Region Highlight Report analyses the performance of the residential real estate market within the defined Gladstone Regional Council. The report contains detailed investigations into three sub-markets within the region which include the Gladstone City Area, Tannum Sands Area and Agnes Water Area. Results of these investigations are intended to identify trends and commonalities that exist between each sub-market, though most importantly to gain an appreciation of the underlying drivers of each particular market. The Gladstone Regional Council is located around 550 kilometres north of the state capital Brisbane and 100 kilometres south-east of Rockhampton. Population ...
July 31, 2012, 2 p.m.
Camden Haven Property Watch Q3 2012
Market Overview This report aims to navigate through the historic and current market conditions of the Camden Haven Area. Located south of Port Macquarie in the Port Macquarie-Hastings Local Government Area, the region acts as a popular holiday destination, albeit with a stable population of owner occupiers. Lower incomes earned by residents have limited growth in property prices over the past eight years with the exception of the 2008-2009 period, when government stimulus enticed first home buyers and upgraders to enter the market. The Areas Sales Cycle graph reveals softening median house and unit prices in the past three years, ...
July 31, 2012, 2 p.m.
Panania Area Property Watch Q3 2012
MARKET OVERVIEW The following Property Watch report is the result of an investigation into the historic and current market conditions of the Panania Area, which spans across the southern part of the Bankstown Local Government Area (LGA). The Panania Area comprises mostly detached houses, despite a significant increase in semi-detached dwellings in the past few years. Detached houses, accounting for 79% of the residential stock, cater for the needs of most family households. The scarcity of and demand for vacant land is met with redevelopment and rezoning of existing stock. Currently the most significant project is the proposed redevelopment of ...
July 30, 2012, 2 p.m.
Tweed Coast Area Property Watch Q3 2012
TWEED COAST AREA MARKET OVERVIEW The following Property Watch report is the result of an investigation into the historic and current market trends of the Tweed Coast Area, which encompasses the suburbs of Fingal Head, Chinderah, Kingscliff, Cudgen, Cabarita Beach (including Bogangar), Hastings Point and Pottsville. During the six months to April 2012, the Tweed Coast Area house market registered a total of 102 transactions, one sale more than the 101 transactions registered for the unit market. This represents only the second time in over a decade where demand for house stock has surpassed what has predominately been a unit ...
July 26, 2012, 2 p.m.
Liverpool LGA Property Watch Q3 2012
MARKET OVERVIEW The following Property Watch report is the result of an investigation into the historic and current market conditions of the Liverpool Local Government Area (LGA). The Dynamic nature of the region is the result of a stable flow of new residents, resulting in a demographic growth of 9.5% between 2006 and 2011. Other movements are the result of historical contraction in the share of government housing, and the continued development of both private and public infrastructure, such as the Liverpool Hospital and the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal. According to the latest Census data, the proportion of residents who were ...
July 23, 2012, 2 p.m.
Randwick LGA Property Watch Q3 2012
MARKET OVERVIEW The following Property Watch report is the result of an investigation into the historic and current market conditions of the Randwick Local Government Area (LGA). The Randwick regions beachside location, its proximity to Sydney, the airport and the host of major health and education facilities has led to a strong increase in population between 2006 and 2011, equating to 1.5% per annum compared to 1.1% per annum for the state. This influx has led to the densification of suburbs like Randwick and Maroubra and has kept pressure on dwelling prices and rents. According to the latest Census data, ...
July 19, 2012, 2 p.m.
Port Stephens Property Watch Q2 2012
PORT STEPHENS MARKET OVERVIEW The following Property Watch report is the result of an investigation into the historic and current market conditions of the Port Stephens Local Government Area (LGA). The nature of the Port Stephens area has changed in recent years. What was considered by Sydneysiders as a sleepy holiday destination has been transformed into a well-rounded community offering local employment and amenities. This demographic transformation from transient to stable population and the impact of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) of 2008 that forced a sharp contraction in household finances, led to declining demand from investors and holidaymakers and ...
July 17, 2012, 2 p.m.
Hunter Valley Property Watch Q2 2012
The following Property Watch report is the result of an investigation into the historic and current market conditions of the Maitland Local Government Area (LGA), with a focus on the suburbs of East Maitland, Metford, Aberglasslyn, and Rutherford. The Hunter Region represents one of the most robust real estate markets in NSW. Strong mining activity and investment in infrastructure provide employment for locals, with both interstate and intrastate workforces moving to the area with their families. While detached houses still represent the most transacted product, strata-titled dwellings have gained popularity in recent years, as retirees downsize and investors seek to ...
July 17, 2012, 2 p.m.
Junee Property Watch Q3 2012
The following Property Watch report is the result of an investigation into the historic and current market conditions of the Junee Local Government Area. Junees location, in close proximity to Wagga Wagga, New South Waless largest inland city, attracts investors seeking high yielding properties and owner occupiers looking for rural lifestyle and employment opportunities. The diverse economy of Junee, supported by strong rural and education sectors continued to sustain the local housing market over the years, allowing a soft landing after the withdrawal of the government stimulus package in 2010. Observing the House Price Points chart over the March 2012 ...
July 15, 2012, 2 p.m.
Quarterly Economic & Property Report Issue 3
The Quarterly Economic and Property Report is a great tool for overcoming objections based on the macro-economy. These objections are typically concerns about whether interest rates will go up, unemployment will increase or the economy will crash. All of these issues are discussed in the report. As the most widely used report produced by PRDnationwide Research, the Quarterly Economic & Property Report can assist in establishing working relationships with accountants, lawyers, brokers etc. The Quarterly Economic and Property Report will typically include commentary on the following macro-economic indicators: Consumer Sentiment Business Confidence Inflation Interest Rates The Share Market Exchange Rates ...