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The past 10 years has seen a changing market for Gold Coast City with percentage change overall four per cent lower over 10 years from 2009 – 2019. The graph below shows median price changes with ongoing uncertainty, a sharp drop from 2009 – 2012, followed by a drastic rise until a peak in 2015. Since then, there has been a sharp negative price change....

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Falling house prices, especially in the capital cities, and with further falls likely, has left many investors wondering if it is a bad time to break into the property market. Savvy investors tend to shy away from buying near the peak of the market only to watch the market fluctuate and the values drop, then to stick around for years until it picks up...

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The past 10 years has seen exponential growth for Greater Geelong with percentage change overall ten per cent higher over 10 years from 2009 – 2019. The graph below shows media price changes with periods of neutral growth in 2012. Growth stabilised from 2014 – 2016 at approximately four per cent year on year. In 2016, price growth accelerated from four to almost 13 per...

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Sample report for Kingborough Council, Tasmania. The report showcases suburb ranking, forecasts and market cycle analysis for the area as a whole as well as individual suburbs that it's made up of. Paying members will have access to this type of reports in 400 areas Australia-wide. This report is valid as at 25 January 2019. The numbers will change once we collect new data for...

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The need for HtAG arose in response to the complexity of the property investment space as well as barriers to entry for obtaining accurate and valuable information about the property market’s movements. Australian property market is comprised of a plethora of submarkets, each with its own patterns and trajectories sometimes moving to different ‘beats’ and in different directions. Organising information to compare the investment potential...

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Camden has a clear non-volatile price trend that is commonly a good indicator of high level of confidence in the trajectory of future price movement. This area has a strong historical demand indicator for housing stock. This means that demand is likely to remain at a historical average and maintain the uptrend which in this case is a precursor of price growth. We project that...

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