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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney May ’19

The first real sign that the downturn might be over occurred this month. There is still some way before prices start to increase again, but definitely a step in the right direction

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney April ’19

The turning season seems to reflect a turning season in the property market? You decide…

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney March ’19

Summer heat is on everyone’s minds at the moment. We look across the real estate news sources to see what people make of it.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney February ’19

Summer heat is on everyone’s minds at the moment. We look across the real estate news sources to see what people make of it.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney January ’19

Summer heat is on everyone’s minds at the moment. We look across the real estate news sources to see what people make of it.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney December ’18

A shorter post due to the end of the year, summarising the current state of the Sydney real estate market and more generally.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney November ’18

Property media sources are now discussing the way ahead. Some salvos are mis-aimed, but there is likely a common thread beginning to emerge.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney October ’18

The pessimism of previous months seems to be dissipating as we get on with the job of providing integrated services for clients, and the industry shifts gears into a different market phase.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney September ’18

In this month’s market summary, many of the high level sources discuss that although the market is in a downwards direction, this decline is not substantial. It’s more of a correction than a fall.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney August ’18

This month the area of concentration seems to focus on a maturing understanding on ‘softening’ housing values felt throughout the real estate industry, but especially in Sydney and Melbourne. The panic is over and industry voices are looking at the way forward, as well as more nuanced and likely future directions.

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