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Values are falling in Melbourne but continue to climb in regional Vic. Melbourne dwelling values fell by -2.3% over the second quarter of 2018 which was their largest quarterly fall since January 2012 and regional Vic values increase by 0.6%. Over the 12 months to September 2018, Melbourne dwelling values fell by -3.4%, their largest

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Many areas in Melbourne are increasingly becoming a hub for young professionals. Whether you’re a young professional yourself and trying to get your foot on the property ladder, or you’re looking to purchase an investment property to rent out to young professionals, the area you buy in is an important consideration. These 5 areas are

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Melbourne dwelling values were down 1% in November, taking the cumulative decline to 5.8% since the market peaked one year ago. Core Logic has released their newest housing market update for December 2018. You can also check out the local reports for Brisbane and Sydney. The decline in dwelling values is concentrated across the most expensive end of

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After peaking in late 2017, Melbourne property values have fallen for just over a year, but at a time when many are forecasting the property market to keep falling, one economist sees our real estate markets turning the corner in 2019.  Trent Wiltshire – economist at Domain and author of  their Property Price Forecast report suggests that 2019 looks likely to be

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