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in Domestic Workers - 10 Feb, 2018
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Australia’s Capital Cities Have Active Home Market

Data from Core Logic shows the figures on Australia’s capital cities, which saw a notable decline, though there have been some more recent increase in January, showing that the house market is being active, which is good for the Sydney removals market,  as it means that the house market is flexible, in spite of the weak entrance of the market into 2018.

For December of 2017, with the dwelling price index dropped 0.3% for December, with CoreLogic saying through a statement, that the changes into the weaker market conditions was clear, but done gradually over time and they expect it to continue into 2018.

Sydney and Darwin performed as the weakest housing markets, with a decline of 0.9% from November to December, with national home prices dropping by 0.3% within the three months ending in December 2017. Though December 2017, when compared to December 2016, did see an increase, with a growth of 4.2%.

For the first few weeks of January, home values continued to drop, those some saw steady values, with one state, amidst the many, saw a net gain. For the starting days of January, the prediction of CoreLogic; that the weaker market would continue on into 2018.

Brisbane’s home value index climbed by a measly 0.1%, whilst Melbourne and Adelaide stayed firm, whilst Sydney and Perth fell by the same percentage with the total daily home value index staying stable as a result of the listings.  The data was shown by the listing of January 7, according to CoreLogic’s Property Market data.

The index experienced a drop by 0.4% for the week, whilst experiencing an increase of 4.1% compared to the same time in the preceding year, which is good news for Sydney removals and anyone else with boots on the housing market’s grounds.

In Sydney’s real estate market, houses are still remained more popular than units, with the average time for houses listed on the market, with Canberra, Melbourne and Hobart clocking in an average of 29 days, the best across the country.

Perth and Darwin, meanwhile clocked in with the worst numbers, at 68 and 62 days reach, respectively.