Auction volumes rise to 2,615 across capital cities: CoreLogic RP Data's Shana Miller

Auction volumes rise to 2,615 across capital cities: CoreLogic RP Data's Shana Miller
Auction volumes rise to 2,615 across capital cities: CoreLogic RP Data's Shana Miller

So far this week, 2,127 capital city auction results have been reported to CoreLogic RP Data, resulting in a preliminary auction clearance rate of 72.1% across the combined capital cities.

There were a total of 2,615 capital city auctions held this week. This week’s result indicates that clearance rates are no longer tracking higher than they were one year ago, when the final auction clearance rate over the week was 72.3% across 2,080 auctions. Over the previous week there were 2,297 auctions with a clearance rate of 73.2%.

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Auction volumes rise to 2,615 across capital cities: CoreLogic RP Data's Shana Miller

 

In Melbourne, Australia’s largest auction market, a preliminary auction clearance rate of 73.7% was recorded across 1,181 auctions this week. Last week, Melbourne’s final clearance rate was recorded at 75.1% across 992 auctions, while this time last year, 1,018 properties were taken to auction across Melbourne and a clearance rate of 73.4% was recorded. The busiest Melbourne sub-regions this week were Melbourne’s Inner region and the Inner South region, where 248 and 210 auctions were held respectively. Across these two sub-regions, the preliminary clearance rates were 71.2% across the Inner region and 71.8 per cent across the Inner South.

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Auction volumes rise to 2,615 across capital cities: CoreLogic RP Data's Shana Miller

 

Sydney’s preliminary auction clearance rate was 75.1% this week, the 10th week in a row where Sydney has recorded a result below 80%. Last week, Sydney’s clearance rate was 76.9%, while one year ago, results show that 78.4% of Sydney homes taken to auction were successful. In terms of the number of auctions across the city, this week volumes were higher, up to 1,046 from 1,023 last week. One year ago just 743 Sydney homes were taken to auction over the week. The Northern Beaches sub-region of Sydney has shown the strongest performance so far this week, with 84.4% of the 45 reported results selling, with 18 remaining results yet to be collected.

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Auction volumes rise to 2,615 across capital cities: CoreLogic RP Data's Shana Miller

 

Brisbane’s preliminary clearance rate this week was 54.9%, up from 42.9 per cent last week. There were 178 Brisbane auctions this week, compared to 130 last week. The Gold Coast was host to 73 auctions this week. Based on the results reported to CoreLogic RP Data so far, 46.5% have been sold.

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Auction volumes rise to 2,615 across capital cities: CoreLogic RP Data's Shana Miller

 

This week, Adelaide saw a preliminary clearance rate of 62.0%, with 71 reported results across a total of 88 scheduled auctions. In comparison, over the previous week Adelaide’s clearance rate was 69.5% and 64.3% one year ago.

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Auction volumes rise to 2,615 across capital cities: CoreLogic RP Data's Shana Miller

 

There were 35 Perth auctions this week and so far 13 results have been reported, with 61.5% selling. Last week there was a 36%clearance rate for Perth.

Across Canberra a total of 79 auctions were held this week, compared to 52 last week and 51 at the same time last year. Canberra’s preliminary clearance rate of 63.6% is lower than it was the previous week (71.7%).

In Tasmania, 5 auctions were reported to CoreLogic RP Data with 4 sales. Last week, 5 auctions were reported with only 1 sale.

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