The 7 must-know numbers of the week

The 7 must-know numbers of the week
Cassidy KnowltonDecember 8, 2020

The annual growth of house prices in Alexandria, NSW, according to RP Data. Alexandria was named the number-one suburb for investors by Your Investment Property Magazine.



The size of Adelaide's smallest inner-city block, which sold last week for $205,000.



The prices hopes for the premises of three high-prolife restaurants on the iconic Finger Wharf in Woolloomooloo being sold on behalf of property investment syndicate Quantum Group. The four lots are the premises of Manta, Kingsleys Steakhouse and Otto Ristorante, and expressions of interest close August 25.



The sale price for two beachfront three-bedroom Noosa apartments out of a triplex that sold recently. The sale could mark a resurgence in the Queensland region's luxury market, which has been struggling of late.



The percentage of unit holders who voted against a proposal by Orange Capital to dump Charter Hall as the responsible entity for the Charter Hall Office A-REIT. Mark Wist, senior asset consultant at Atchison Consultants, says the vote could be seen as abarometer for sentiment in the A-REIT space” indicating little appetite for change.



The sales volume expected for Melbourne offices in 2011, according to Colliers. “The reasons for Melbourne being the hottest office market in Australia will not change overnight. The fundamentals of our economy are very healthy and the medium-term forecast for office rental growth in the CBD is very strong,” says Nick Rathgeber, director of institutional investment services at Colliers.



The inflation rate for the June quarter, according to the ABS. This is higher than what economists had predicted, and most now think the RBA will raise rates in the near future. 

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