Sydney joins Melbourne as a peak office property market: HTW December Office Clock

Sydney joins Melbourne as a peak office property market: HTW December Office Clock
Sydney joins Melbourne as a peak office property market: HTW December Office Clock

Nine markets, the most recent being Sydney, Lismore and the Gold Coast have all reached Melbourne Metro of the office market, according to valuation firm Herron Todd White latest report.

In their December National Property Clock for the office market, Herron Todd White found Ballina/Byron Bay, Coffs Harbour, Dubbo, South East NSW and the Sunshine Coast have been at the peak of the office market at least a month now.

The Illawarra office market has begun approaching it's peak as well.

Brisbane is now classified as a rising market, joining Ballarat.

Office markets that are just beginning their recovery this month Geelong and Newcastle who have joined that likes of Adelaide and Canberra, markets where a recovery as already begun.

Three capital cities remained in a bottom of the market position, Darwin, Perth and Hobart.

They are joined by Cairns, Launceston, Mackay, and Townsville, among others.

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Sydney joins Melbourne as a peak office property market: HTW December Office Clock

Alice Springs and Ecucha have continued to decline while the Mid North Coast is still at the beginning of its fall.

Rockhampton has joined Gladstone and South West WA as they approach the bottom of the market.

"It should come as no surprise that there was a mixed bag of results for the office market in 2019," the HTW report noted.

"Many big-city investors were looking to shore up cash flow by concentrating on commercial stock, which led to incredibly strong prices, but in less-populated areas, the outcomes were a bit more subdued."

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