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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney May 2021

Prices continue to go skyward, but this can now be seen in a more global context. Apparently we’re not so different after all. Also, Sydney swallows more of NSW including Katoomba, Bargo and Glenorie.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney April 2021

This month the record breaking property value increases from the last few months seems to be leveling out – a bit like how a rocket ship begins to coast once it breaks free of the atmosphere.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney March 2021

March marks the flooding of NSW, the Warragamba dam overflowing and flooding the Nepean and Hawksberry catchment and flood plain. Also, a fair bit of discussion around the merits (or otherwise) of stamp duty.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney February 2021

The results are now in: February marked the greatest across-the-board property value increases since 2003. Also, new powers that allow the Building Commissioner to stop construction on defective buildings in action.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney January 2021

With predictions aplenty for 2021, all things seem to be heading skyward this month except for rental vacancies in coastal towns, which are heading towards zero.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney December ’20

We finished the year in a big way with 2 of our auctions reported prominently on large news feeds – it has been a crazy last month to an even crazier year!

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney November ’20

Big news this month is the visionary tax reform changing the loathed stamp duty to a land tax model, and we look around for what people say the ramifications could be

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney October ’20

This month records tumble with Sydney housing prices starting to show signs of a sometime rapid increase, and 2 auctioneers win a Nobel Prize!

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney September ’20

This month media outlets seem to be focussing on the ramifications of the COVID-19 work from home paradigm shift, and how this could affect property values.

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Real Estate Round-up for Sydney August ’20

This month property values soldier on albeit at a slight negative, research shows that investors can take a chunk of the blame for Sydney’s exorbitant house prices, and there are further developments to try and help people with renovations.

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