Houses in Dubbo, NSW Central Coast and Newcastle at market peak: HTW property clock

Houses in Dubbo, NSW Central Coast and Newcastle at market peak: HTW property clock
Houses in Dubbo, NSW Central Coast and Newcastle at market peak: HTW property clock

Houses in Dubbo, the NSW Central Coast and Newcastle are at the peak of the market cycle according to analyst firm Herron Todd White's property clock for houses in September.

Houses in Melbourne, the NSW Central Coast and Newcastle were at the peak of the market cycle in August.

Melbourne has been amended back to a rising market.

Bundaberg and Toowoomba are in decline. Townsville and the Whitsundays are at the bottom on the market.

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Houses in Dubbo, NSW Central Coast and Newcastle at market peak: HTW property clock

HTW said away for the beachside suburbs in the NSW Central Coast to the outer lying suburbs, a whole identity is being established with new land being created to cater for new and affordable housing requirements.

"These areas include the Warnervale Release Area which includes the suburbs of Woongarrah, Hamlyn Terrace and Wadalba. The land created has consistently enjoyed a good take up rate and new, project style homes are abundant in these areas," it said.

"So if there is an embedded but not yet traditional style of housing, the emergence of housing estates would have to be it. The underlying reason for the growth in popularity of this style of housing can be linked to the influx of buyers from Sydney who have found themselves out priced there.

"To many, the affordability and better lifestyle has proven a blessing."

Around Newcastle, according to HTW, Nelson Bay's housing market has undergone significant changes in recent times.

"There is anecdotal evidence is showing the market has stabilised somewhat in 2016, however Nelson Bay is still experiencing considerable activity in home renovation and investment, particularly in units."

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