Housing affordability, however, will likely continue to deteriorate even with price falls, an expert predicts.
Young Australians are driving the overall migration growth in regional areas, which is at a five-year high.
Queensland’s top marginal stamp duty rate remains one of the highest in the country.
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The cities’ affordability and position in the housing market cycle are the main drawcards attracting investors.
Investors are staging a comeback and they are making their presence known in the unit markets of NSW, Vic, and Qld
The take-up for new homes appears to have slowed down in April, but cumulative sales over the first four months of 2022 were stronger than the previous year.
Despite the obvious slowdown in the take-up of land in Victoria, sales activity during Q1 2022 was still stronger than historical levels.
This is the first reported decline in the sentiment among house sellers since the onset of the pandemic.
These locations are witnessing high levels of demand as supply shrinks, pushing up prices.
Approvals data are showing fluctuating numbers even before the rate hike announcement.
One important factor for landlords to consider is the impact of the rate hike to their mortgage payments.
Borrowing activity from investors rose the highest in the Northern Territory and the ACT.
For the first time in 11 years, the Reserve Bank has hiked the cash rate.
For the first time in two years, prices in the two cities fell on a quarterly basis.
Vacancy rates in their inner-city areas continue to trend lower as supply remains tight.
Brisbane, Adelaide defies market cooldown
It's been more than a decade since the last interest rate rise but now investors are staring down the barrel of years of rising home loan interest rates.
For the first time in 40 years, regional areas posted a higher population growth than capital cities.
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