Northern NSW unit markets rising: HTW National Property Clock

Northern NSW unit markets rising: HTW National Property Clock
Northern NSW unit markets rising: HTW National Property Clock

The unit markets in the northern areas of New South Wales are starting to rise, according to valuation firm Herron Todd White's latest National Property Clock.

The Ballina and Byron Bay area, as well as Lismore and Coffs Harbour (pictured above), are starting to see their unit market rise.

Ballina and Byron, as well as Lismore, had been approaching the bottom of the market last month, but have seen a quick turn around.

Coffs Harbour had been at the bottom of the market in August.

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Northern NSW unit markets rising: HTW National Property Clock

Closer to Sydney and Newcastle units joined Sydney as a declining market.

Melbourne's units were also categorized as a declining market.

Broome's unit market has bottomed, while South West WA has started its recovery.

Tasmania regions continue to go from strength to strength, with Burnie and Devenport, as well as Launceston, joining Hobart at the peak of the market.

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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