CoreLogic’s national Home Value Index recorded a 0.8% rise in September as the recovery trend moved through an eighth consecutive month of growth.
Housing markets lost more steam in May as a combination of higher interest rates, rising inventory levels and lower sentiment dampened conditions. CoreLogic’s Home Value Index showed Sydney and Melbourne dwelling values continued to record the most significant month-on-month falls, while Canberra recorded its first monthly decline since July 2019.
Although housing values continued to rise across the remaining capitals, the growth was not enough to offset the depreciation in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra, which pushed the combined capitals index -0.3% lower over the month.
Elsewhere growth trends remained positive in May, albeit with less momentum in most markets. Perth and Adelaide were the exceptions, where the quarterly growth trend lifted in May, although both regions remain below the peak quarterly rate of growth.
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