Darwin's median time on market exceeds 100 days for houses and units: CoreLogic

Darwin's median time on market exceeds 100 days for houses and units: CoreLogic
Darwin's median time on market exceeds 100 days for houses and units: CoreLogic

Darwin has the highest median time on market out of all capital cities, according to CoreLogic’s latest weekly report.

On average, a house at Darwin can expect to be on the market for 104 days, while units take 113 days to sell.

The average vendor discount in the city is the highest, with an 8% discount for homes and a 9% discount for units.

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Darwin's median time on market exceeds 100 days for houses and units: CoreLogic

This is in contrast to Sydney, where the average home will sell after being on the market for 28 days, while units will sell after only 27 days.

Similarly, the average vendor discount in the harbour city is low – 4% for both a home and a unit.

Western Australia has the highest month on month change for mortgage activity with a recorded 4% increase to 101.2 on the index value.

However, this still represents a decline in the month on month trend line by more than 4%, as the city's market attempts to recover form a post mining boom slump.

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Darwin's median time on market exceeds 100 days for houses and units: CoreLogic

Tasmania had the highest decline for month on month (4%), resulting in an index value of 84.8.

South Australia has seen the highest growth in listing market activity with an increase of 6% month to month with a seasonal change increase of 1%.

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Darwin's median time on market exceeds 100 days for houses and units: CoreLogic

Overall, the listing market activity for all capital cities have declined by 1% despite a seasonal increase of 1% to balance it out.

The biggest decline was in Tasmania, where the month to month change declined by 9%.

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