Sydney's total spring 2017 property listings up by almost 19%: CoreLogic

Sydney's total spring 2017 property listings up by almost 19%: CoreLogic
Sydney's total spring 2017 property listings up by almost 19%: CoreLogic

The number of total listings in Sydney has risen by almost 19% on the same time last year, according to CoreLogic’s latest report.

The property data firm says that in the past 12 months listings in Sydney has risen to 22,776.

This makes Sydney having the highest listing growth in the past 12 months with Adelaide coming second with 5.1%.

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Sydney's total spring 2017 property listings up by almost 19%: CoreLogic

Hobart took the top spot with the highest decline in listings in 12 months with a drop of almost 30%.

Sydney is also the most expensive locality to purchase a property with houses sitting at a median price of $900,000 while units have a median price of $700,000.

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Sydney's total spring 2017 property listings up by almost 19%: CoreLogic

Hobart is the cheapest place to purchase properties with houses sitting at $395,000 while units sit at $306,250.

A four bedroom house at 144 Englorie Park Drive, Glen Alpine (above) has been listed for between $959,000 to $999,000.

Built in 2000 it last sold for $555,000 in 2003.

A five bedroom house at 208 Cobbitty Road, Cobbitty (below) has been listed for between $920,000 to $990,000.

It last sold in 2009 for $500,000.

Sydney's total spring 2017 property listings up by almost 19%: CoreLogic

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