No office markets at peak, but plenty are rising: HTW office property clock

No office markets at peak, but plenty are rising: HTW office property clock
No office markets at peak, but plenty are rising: HTW office property clock

No capital city or regional city in Australia can claim to be at the peak of market cycle in valuation firm Herron Todd White's property clock for September 2016, but a number of them are rising markets.

The clock is a simple broad brush means to suggest where property markets are and what direction prices are moving in.

The closest to peak of the market is the NSW's Newcastle, which is approaching the peak of the market, according to the clock.

Among the capital cities, Sydney and Melbourne remain at the rising market position, while Canberra is at the start of a recovery cycle.

Adelaide and Hobart remain at the bottom of the market, while Brisbane and Perth are approaching the bottom. Darwin is just starting to decline.  

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No office markets at peak, but plenty are rising: HTW office property clock

 

HTW has also put together an overview of office market indicators, as evidenced in the following table: 

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No office markets at peak, but plenty are rising: HTW office property clock 

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