Sydney's industrial market the most exciting to watch in 2020: HTW Industrial Clock

Sydney's industrial market the most exciting to watch in 2020: HTW Industrial Clock
Sydney's industrial market the most exciting to watch in 2020: HTW Industrial Clock

There have been minimal major shifts in Australia's industrial property markets in the past month, according to valuation firm Herron Todd White's (HTW) latest industrial property clock.

In particular markets at or near their peak such as including Melbourne and the Gold Coast held steady.

There was also no movement in the approaching peak of market category as Brisbane, Geelong and Illawarra joined Sydney and the Sunshine Coast among others.

Darwin and Perth remain the only capital city industrial markets that are not experiencing price growth.

They remain at the bottom of the market alongside Rockhampton and Townsville.

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Sydney's industrial market the most exciting to watch in 2020: HTW Industrial Clock

Hobart and Echuca held steady as the only cities in the rising market position while numerous area's including Canberra, Adelaide, Mackay and Mildura remained in the start of recovery slot.

They were joined this month by Cairns and Hervey Bay.

The Central Coast remained in the starting to decline position on the HTW Industrial Property Clock this month, accompanied by newcomer Ipswich..

Newcastle and Orange remain as declining markets, while Gladstone, Toowoomba and South West WA held steady in their approaching bottom of market slot.

In their latest report, HTW valuers said, "market commentators are suggesting that core markets on the eastern seaboard are expected to remain tightly held"

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