Australian Property Market 2016 Mid-Year Forecast: Canberra

Canberra’s property market looks set to continue growing thanks to lower interest rates and rising confidence. While most experts are upbeat about the capital city’s growth prospects, they warn about the negative impact of the current apartment oversupply

State of the Canberran property market

Canberra’s property market managed to rack up modest gains during the July quarter. While experts are forecasting a strong showing over the near to medium term, they remain wary about the apartment oversupply situation.

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Australian Property Market 2016 Mid-Year Forecast: Tasmania

Hobart’s property market continues to perform strongly, behind Sydney and Melbourne. While experts expect to see further growth in the near to medium term, there are challenges to be aware of.

State of the Tasmanian property market

After years of slow to negative price growth, Hobart’s property market is finally rebounding. In fact, it’s now the third fastest growing market in Australia, just behind Sydney and Melbourne. But can this strong performance continue?

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Australian Property Market 2016 Mid-Year Forecast: Western Australia

Despite the current gloomy state of the Western Australia’s property market, there are reasons to remain optimistic about its prospects.

State of the Western Australian property market

The precipitous slide in property values in Western Australia appears to be showing no signs of abating. Worse still is the fact that rents are falling amid rising vacancy rates. However, the state looks set to benefit from the falling Aussie dollar and interest rates.

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Australian Property Market 2016 Mid-Year Forecast: Queensland

As Sydney and Melbourne start slowing down, experts are expecting the Brisbane property market to finally deliver the long-awaited strong price growth over the next three years.

State of the Queensland property market

As Sydney and Melbourne face slower growth ahead, Brisbane is expected to lead Australia’s property markets over the next three years. But it’s also facing a range of challenges ahead.

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Australian Property Market 2016 Mid-Year Forecast: South Australia

South Australia’s property market recorded modest growth over the past 12 months. However, the weak economy and oversupply continue to cast a dark shadow on the market’s outlook.

State of the South Australian property market

Despite the weak economy, South Australia’s property market managed to grow during the past year. However, the future is looking less certain from here on

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Australian Property Market 2016 Mid-Year Forecast: Victoria

Melbourne’s property market staged a solid rebound in the June quarter, outperforming all other capital cities. However, it’s now facing a number of challenges that could see prices falling over the next 3 three years.

State of the Victorian Property Market

Melbourne’s property market rebounded with Sydney during the June quarter. However, vacancy rates are starting to rise amid apartment oversupply.

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Australian Property Market: What’s next?

Australia’s property market is entering a new phase where investors are facing new challenges despite record low-interest rates. So what’s in store for the property markets over the next 12 months?

While property values continue to rise as a whole, the rate of growth is markedly slower, with half of Australia’s capital cities recording a drop over the month of July. So what’sĀ ahead for the Australian property markets?

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Australian Property Market 2016 Mid-Year Forecast: New South Wales

Sydney’s property market remains sound, however, growing worries about oversupply and falling rental yields are weighing on investors’ confidence. So how will the market perform over the next 2-3 years?

State of the NSW property market

While Sydney’s property market remains solid, there are growing signs that it’s becoming a buyer’s market. Continue reading “Australian Property Market 2016 Mid-Year Forecast: New South Wales”