Unit markets held steady over the month with no movement: HTW Clock

Unit markets held steady over the month with no movement: HTW Clock
Unit markets held steady over the month with no movement: HTW Clock

Unit markets across Australia saw no significant movement over the past month, according to property valuation firm Herron Todd White (HTW).

The valuation firm's national property clock for December found that five locations remained at the peak of the market cycle for units.

Unit markets in Albury, Sunshine Coast, Wodonga, Tamworth and Bathurst remained at the peak. Bathurst has sat at the peak the longest.

No other markets are approaching the peak while a number of markets including Hobart, Launceston and Mildura have continued rising.

Lismore, Mackay, Melbourne, Newcastle, Illawarra, Townsville, Cairns and Geelong, among others are still just in the beginnings of a recovery.

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Unit markets held steady over the month with no movement: HTW Clock

Canberra, Perth, Kalgoorlie and the Southern Tablelands continued declining while the Central Coast remains at the start of a decline.

Broome, Geraldton and South West WA have still yet to hit rock bottom, unlike Darwin, Adelaide, Brisbane and Sydney, which according to HTW are all at the bottom of the unit market

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