National vacancy rates marginally declined in August

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Data released by SQM Research has revealed the national residential rental vacancy rate marginally declined in August 2019 to 2.2% from July.  The total number of vacancies Australia-wide is now at 75,757 vacant residential properties, a decrease of 589 over the month but up 5,310 dwellings over the past 12 months. Sydney, Perth and Adelaide […]

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Property listings increase in August 2019

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Figures released by SQM Research reveal national residential property listings increased in August by 2.9%, to 325,693 from 316,391 in July 2019. Compared to 12 months ago, listings were down by 2.1%. All states experienced an increase in property sales listings over the month, with Melbourne experiencing the highest increase at 6.7% followed by Sydney […]

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National vacancy rates remain steady in July

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Data released by SQM Research has revealed the national residential rental vacancy rate remained steady in July 2019 at 2.3% from June.  The total number of vacancies Australia-wide is now at 76,346 vacant residential properties, a decrease of 2,344 over the month but up 3,888 dwellings over the past 12 months. Brisbane and Adelaide recorded […]

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Property Listings Declined in July 2019

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Figures released yesterday by SQM Research reveal national residential property listings continued to decline in July by 2.8%, to 316,391 from 325,404 in June 2019. Compared to 12 months ago, listings were up by 0.7%. All states experienced a decline in property sales listings over the month, with Sydney experiencing the highest decline at 7.6% […]

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National vacancy rates increased marginally in June

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Data released by SQM Research has revealed the national residential rental vacancy rate increased in June 2019 to 2.3%, an increase from 2.2% in May.  The total number of vacancies Australia-wide is now at 78,690 vacant residential properties, an increase of 3,597 over the month and up 2,933 dwellings over the past 12 months. Nearly […]

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Property listings declined in June 2019 – Asking prices increasing in most cities

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Figures released yesterday by SQM Research reveal national residential property listings declined by 5.8% in June 2019, to 325,404 from 345,516 in May 2019. Year-on-year listings were also down by 1.8%. All states experienced a decline in property sales listings over the month, with Melbourne and Sydney experiencing the highest decline at 10.8% and 10.7% […]

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National vacancy rates decline marginally in May

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Data released by SQM Research today has revealed the national residential rental vacancy rate declined marginally in May 2019 to 2.2%, a decrease from 2.3% in April.  The total number of vacancies Australia-wide is now at 75,093 properties for rent, a decrease of 2,571 over the month but up 5,941 dwellings over the past 12 […]

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SQM Research releases its 2019 Australian Mortgage Trusts Sector Review

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As part of its annual domestic mortgage trust sector review, SQM Research has released a sector report covering 12 recognised Australian Mortgage Trusts. Managing Director of SQM Research, Louis Christopher said, “Australia’s mortgage trust sector has continued to record rapid growth over the past 12 months. We estimate the rise has been some 61% taking […]

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National vacancy rates jump in April

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Data released by SQM Research yesterday has revealed the national residential rental vacancy rates surged in April 2019 to 2.3%, an increase from 2.1% in March.  The total number of vacancies Australia-wide is now at 77,664 properties for rent, a rise of just under 10,000 dwellings over the past 12 months. Darwin’s vacancy rate of […]

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Property listings decreased in April 2019 – asking prices continue to decline in most States

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Figures released yesterday by SQM Research reveal national residential listings decreased by 6.3% in April 2019 to 332,236 from 354,459 in March 2019. All states experienced a decrease in property sales listings over the month, with Sydney experiencing the highest decrease at 11.1%, followed by Melbourne at 8.9% and Canberra 8.8%.  Darwin recorded the lowest […]

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