Month: September 2021

Dwelling price rise strongest on record: ABS

Both residential property prices and the total value of residential dwellings recorded the largest quarterly rise on record, according to figures. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released its June 2021 Residential Property Price Indexes for the eight capital cities, which has revealed that residential property prices rose by 6.7 per cent in the …

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Understanding the relationship between Rental Yields and Vacancy Rates?

As all NIA clients have experienced in our research, we place a high importance on the cash flow of each property. As part of our due diligence, we dissect the expected rental performance analysing expected rental demand and rental return for each property. Just recently I was asked “how do vacancy rates effect rental yields? …

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Economic Activity Continues to Rise As $2billion Added To Australian Loan Books

Data released by the reserve bank shows that almost $2billion has been added to loan books across Australia. This data released for the month of July signified a surge in economic activity within the housing credit market with a whopping $1.97billion dollars lent to purchase Australian property. This was led by the owner occupier market …

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