Vacancy rates seasonally increase over december

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SQM Research day has revealed national vacancy rates increased to 1.3% in December from 1.1% recorded in November. The total number of rental vacancies Australia-wide now stands at 39,797 residential

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November vacancy rates rise to 1.1%  – mining regions lead the way for asking rent

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Vacancy Rates for residential properties across Australia rose to 1.1% in November This upturn was driven by 3,164 additional vacant properties nationwide, bringing the total to 33,471. The market conditions

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Listings and asking prices steady in lead up to market hiatus

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Total residential property listings modestly rose in November led by some larger percentage increases in Canberra and Hobart. However, Sydney surprised by remaining largely steady in what is normally the

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Sydney and Melbourne housing prices to fall – Christopher’s Housing Boom and Bust Report 2024

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Sydney and Melbourne housing prices are forecasted to record a moderate fall in what is tipped to be a mixed 2024 national housing market, according to forecasts released by SQM

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September sees sharp rise in property listings – dwelling asking prices hit a record high

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Last week’s figures from SQM Research show a noteworthy 9.3% increase in national residential property listings in September, reaching a total of 245,445 properties, compared to 224,530 properties recorded in

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Capital city new listings surge for spring

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Figures released by SQM Research reveal national residential property listings rose in August by 2.0% to 224,530 properties, up from the 220,081 recorded in July 2023. The increase was driven

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July sees steady vacancy rate at 1.3%

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SQM Research has recorded the national residential property rental vacancy rates steady at 1.3% as at the month of July 2023. The total number of rental vacancies Australia-wide dropped marginally

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Rental crisis easing? Vacancy rate rises to 1.3%

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SQM Research has revealed national residential property rental vacancy rates continue to rise to now stand at 1.3% as at the month of June 2023. The total number of rental

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Rental vacancy rates steady at 1.2%

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SQM Research has revealed national residential property rental vacancy rates remained steady over the month of May 2023 at 1.2%. The total number of rental vacancies Australia-wide rose slightly by

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Listings peak ahead of winter – Vendors lifted asking prices by 2.1%

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Key points National residential property listings fell in May by 0.3% to 226,262 dwellings from 227,020 recorded in April. Nationally, new listings (Less than 30 days) rose by 3.0% in

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