Melbourne and Brisbane industrial markets approaching the peak: HTW property clock

Melbourne and Brisbane industrial markets approaching the peak: HTW property clock
Melbourne and Brisbane industrial markets approaching the peak: HTW property clock

Brisbane and Melbourne have maintained their approaching the peak of market place in property valuation firm Herron Todd White's October 2016 industrial property clock, a simple broad brush means of suggesting where property markets are and the direction they are headed.

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Melbourne and Brisbane industrial markets approaching the peak: HTW property clock

The peak of market slot still empty since the last industrial clock in July. 

"The industrial market is often a first step into the world of commercial investment for those graduating beyond residential, so it’s appeal as an asset class is broad," say HTW in their industrial market summary.

The two cities were at the same position in July as well. NSW's Coffs Harbour, which shared the same position with the two capital cities in July, has dropped out this time but is still a rising market. Sydney remains a rising market as well, along with Hobart.

Among the other capital cities, Cairns and Canberra remain at the start of recovery period in the industrial property cycle, while Adelaide continues to be at the bottom of the market. Perth too is unchanged and is approaching the bottom, same as July.

About the only change among the capitals is Darwin, which has slipped further from being a declining market to approaching the bottom. 

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Melbourne and Brisbane industrial markets approaching the peak: HTW property clock

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