Brisbane home values fall 0.9 percent over the past three months: CoreLogic

Brisbane home values fall 0.9 percent over the past three months: CoreLogic
Brisbane home values fall 0.9 percent over the past three months: CoreLogic

Brisbane home values have fallen by 0.9 percent over the past three months and are 3.9 percent higher over the past year according to CoreLogic.

CoreLogic's Housing and Economic Chart Pack for August noted over the past five years, Brisbane home values have increased by a total of 12.9 percent.

According to the August residential market report from analyst firm Herron Todd White, this issue with the Brisbane property market is that while there is a sizeable gap in property values between Brisbane and Sydney/ Melbourne, job numbers are down and our property prices have remained relatively uneventful. 

"Interstate migration has been in negative territory over the past 12 months to two years and while inner city blue-chip property has seen attractive gains, mid- priced, mid-distance suburbs have seen their homes remain fairly steady in value," HTW noted.

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Brisbane home values fall 0.9 percent over the past three months: CoreLogic

"If you travel further a eld to the high-rent fringes of our capital, then these markets are even softer.

"When we do start to see numbers of residents increase, the rising tide floats all boats. Given the relatively small size of the Brisbane property market, everyone gets a boost, although we traditionally see prices rise fastest in those suburbs close to town rst with our pebble-in-the-pond approach becoming rmly established over the past few cycles now.

"As far as we can tell, there’s no great interstate rush to Queensland as yet, and while we continue to be a steady, solid performer compared to other property markets in the nation, not many are predicting runaway price growth in the near future."

 

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