Residential listing likely to increase

by joy.manginsay 11. April 2014 18:38

In all capital cities in Australia, house prices increased by March. March quarter dwells values to rise. Housing market shows substantial increase. If these activities continue, we will have a strong pace of sustaining the growth.

 

According to the SQM Research, “National Stock on market was up by 1.8% during the month.” March proved that we had a better market and had many properties listed compared with the previous months. It shows that market level will lead to become strong and sustainable.

http://www.perthnow.com.au/realestate/the-number-of-residential-properties-listed-for-sale-is-up/story-fnhlgp12-1226877699814

WA: The strongest in the Nation

by joy.manginsay 27. November 2013 17:59

WA is the place where the migrants love to stay. WA is the home for homebuyers and it considered as the capital for so many jobs.  Mining is one of the most known in WA which encourage staying for good. In WA suburbs, Perth is considered as a lifestyle living and many are decided to raise their family.

According to Australia’s major housing industry lobby group, “Conditions in western Australia’s home building industry are now the strongest in the nation.” WA residential building industry is the strongest in the country because of the strong population growth. Migrants also feel that they were safe where they live and on the property either. Trough this, we see all the indicators which driven WA to lead all capital cities.

http://www.oneperth.com.au/2013/11/26/wa-nations-housing-hotspot/

An expected residential growth in Perth

by joy.manginsay 4. June 2013 17:57

According to CBRE Senior Research Manager Sam Reilly, “The gap in the two-speed economy would narrow as mining investment shrinks over 2013/2014. But the new research shows that the low employment and strong population growth are driven in Perth’s residential growth. However, the first quarter shows an increase in median price in Perth by 1.8% to $496,000. A strong increase of demand in residential property across in Perth which is encourages investors for high development opportunities. The higher of rental demand pursues the first home owners to move out and find a new house in which simulate buyer activity. Indeed, we have competitive property market and it is swinging into a better one.

http://www.cbre.com.au/aboutus/mediacentre/mediaarchives/Pages/05302013.aspx

Perth and Sydney expected to lead in 2012

by joy.manginsay 21. January 2012 18:44

This past years Sydney residential property market is the least volatile and Perth had sharper and shorter price rises. Residential Property market are not stable, sometimes things are going to get better or going to get worse. Industry specialists are surprisingly confident of a strong and robust year this year.

According to Senior Economist at Research House Australia property monitors, “The best bets for 2012 are Perth followed by Brisbane. Sydney is solid as a rock. But don’t expect much in Melbourne ‘til the third of fourth quarter.” Based on the date, Perth and Sydney are the two states will perform strong and competing in 2012. It will get better if the interest rate will cut soon because if interest rates cut, more people will seek and eager to buy a house. People are very optimistic about this data because of the mining boom and expected the price growth will increase and tighten the pressure.


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