Core Logic has released their newest housing market update for May 2017. In the below overview we have included a summary of Core Logic’s overall analysis of the property market. We’ve also included their Melbourne housing market video below along with a transcript. Australian Housing Market Overview Corelogic’s latest data has seen a month of cooling


In years gone by, property investors would bypass apartments instead preferring to invest in a house on a big block of land. But as demographics shift with more one and two person households, more of us are trading backyards for courtyards and balconies, and investors are increasingly seeing the value of apartment as investments. While


CoreLogic has released their April property market review and it looks like it’s all growth for Melbourne. Melbourne’s property market has continued to produce high levels of capital gains for investors. As stated by CoreLogic, this strong growth is primarily related to high demand which has been driven predominantly by increases in the population since 2009. CoreLogic


The State Government of Victoria has recently announced a range of new initiatives for first homebuyers. These changes come into effect 1 July 2017 and include the following: The removal of stamp duty for homes – both new and established – under $600,000;  Scaled stamp duty reductions for homes – both new and established –