Sydney residential market hit harder than Melbourne: HTW Residential Clock

Sydney residential market hit harder than Melbourne: HTW Residential Clock
Sydney residential market hit harder than Melbourne: HTW Residential Clock

The housing markets in Melbourne and Sydney are on a downward trend, according to the valuation firm Herron Todd White.

The last few months Herron Todd White suggested Sydney and Melbourne have been declining due to the impacts of COVID-19, but now they have deemed houses and units in Sydney are now classified as a declining market rather than one just starting to decline, suggesting they have been hit harder than Melbourne.

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Sydney residential market hit harder than Melbourne: HTW Residential Clock

There has been no movement across the housing and unit markets at the peak of market position this month, HTW found.

However there has been some minor shuffling in markets nearing the bottom or starting to recover.

They noted, "many regional property markets remain resilient due to low/nil infection numbers, with CBD accessible lifestyle regions gaining appeal."

"Multi-residential investments (e.g. flats) hold excellent promise across many markets," they added.

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Sydney residential market hit harder than Melbourne: HTW Residential Clock

"Affordable housing and granny-flat construction in Western Sydney looks promising."

"Town planning changes in Kyogle and surrounds are opening up small development opportunities"

"Queensland property positions itself as an appealing post-pandemic alternative for southern investor."

"New construction is gaining momentum in some centres on the back of government stimulus, plus in Perth, transaction numbers rose, and vacancy rates fell due to low infections," HTW concluded.

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