Total property listings decreased in September

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Key points National residential property listings decreased in September by 1.2% from 293,053 listings in August 2020 to 289,566.  Compared to 12 months ago, listings were also down by 7.4%. Most capital cities recorded decreases in property listings over the month with the exception of Sydney and Perth which recorded a 1.8% and 0.9% increase,

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National rental vacancy rates decreased in August

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SQM Research has revealed the national residential rental vacancy rate recorded a decrease over the month from 2.1% in July to 2.0% in August 2020.  The total number of vacancies Australia-wide is now at 69,971 vacant residential properties.  This time last year, the national vacancy rate was slightly higher at 2.2%. All capital cities recorded

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National rental vacancy rates decreased in July

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SQM Research has revealed the national residential rental vacancy rate recorded a decrease over the month from 2.2% in June to 2.1% in July 2020.  The new financial year commenced with the total number of vacancies Australia-wide now at 71,760 vacant residential properties.  This time last year, the national vacancy rate was slightly higher at

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Total property listings increased in July

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Key points National residential property listings increased in July by 3.8% from 301,140 listings in June 2020 to 312,680. Compared to 12 months ago, listings were down by 1.2%. Nearly all capital cities experienced increases in property listings over the month except for Darwin which recorded a 1.4% decrease. There was an increase in new

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National rental vacancy rates decreased in June

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SQM Research has revealed the national residential rental vacancy rate recorded a decrease over the month from 2.5% in May to 2.2% in June 2020.  The financial year ended with the total number of vacancies Australia-wide now at 77,132 vacant residential properties.  This time last year, the national vacancy rate was slightly higher at 2.3%.

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National rental vacancy rates decrease in May

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SQM Research has revealed the national residential rental vacancy rate has recorded a minor decrease over the month from 2.6% in April to 2.5% in May 2020, with the total number of vacancies Australia-wide now at 86,398 vacant residential properties. However, the largest rental markets of Sydney and Melbourne recorded rises in rental vacancies.  Sydney

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Total property listings increased in May

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Figures released by SQM Research reveal national residential property listings increased in May by 3.9% from 292,775 listings in April 2020 to 304,137. Compared to 12 months ago, listings were down by 12.0%. All capital cities experienced increases in property listings over the month except for Canberra which posted a marginal 0.8% decrease. The largest

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Major correction recorded in national rental market

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SQM Research has revealed the national residential rental vacancy rate has recorded a large one month jump from 2.0% in March to 2.6% in April 2020, with the total number of vacancies Australia-wide now at 88,668 vacant residential properties. All states recorded increases in vacancy rates with the exception of Darwin which recorded a 0.1%

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New property listings decreased in April

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Figures released yesterday by SQM Research reveal national residential property listings decreased in April by 4.9% from 307,847 listings in March 2020 to 292,775. Compared to 12 months ago, listings were down by 11.9%. All capital cities experienced decreases in property listings over the month except for Canberra which posted a marginal 0.4% increase. The

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National rental vacancy rates remain stable in March

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New data released by SQM Research has revealed the national residential rental vacancy rate has remained stable in March 2020 at 2.0% since last month, with the total number of vacancies Australia-wide now at 67,371 vacant residential properties. Most states recorded minor 0.1% declines in vacancy rates with the exception of Sydney, Melbourne and Darwin

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