Sydney is leading the national downturn, with dwelling values 6.1% lower over the past twelve months. Core Logic has released their newest housing market update for October 2018. You can also check out the local reports for Brisbane and Melbourne. Housing values have been falling consistently since July last year, with larger declines evident for
All the single ladies in Sydney, put your hands up! It’s time to celebrate – because while Australia is suffering from a man drought, there is a large proportion of the Sydney population that still contains young, single men. And whether you’re looking to move to Sydney to find love, or just trying to find
With Sydney’s property boom behind us and the market demonstrating a much slower rate of growth, buyers are understandably unsure about where to buy next in the Harbour City. Whether you’re searching for your own home or sizing up a potential investment, when it comes time to purchase, there are so many aspects to consider.
Sydney dwelling values have been falling since July last year and are now down a cumulative 5.6%. Core Logic has released their newest housing market update for September 2018. You can also check out the local reports for Brisbane and Melbourne. Despite the fall, the vast majority of home owners remain in a strong equity position, considering residental property
As at June 2018, Sydney was the nation’s least affordable housing market across each of the three purchasing metrics and rental affordability was only marginally lower than the most unaffordable market, Hobart. With recent declines in prices there has been a slight improvement on the price based metrics over the past quarter. Over the past
If there’s one thing we know everyone loves to do on a weekend – it’s having brunch, where the coffee is perfect, the food is delicious and the ambiance make you want to stay for hours. Sydney is certainly never short of amazing cafes, attracting locals every Saturday and Sunday morning with delicious treats and family
Family friendly suburbs are about far more than plentiful parks and schools. For prospective home owners or tenants who are raising children, many of them are nostalgically looking to their past for inspiration. For those parents who grew up in a time when technology was an option rather than a necessity, they want to live
Some renters living in the inner-suburbs of Sydney are spending nearly half of their wages on rent. Rising rents and stagnate wages are pushing thousands of Australians from all walks of life into housing stress as more of the weekly budget is soaked up by costs of living. Spending over 30 per cent of an average weekly