PROPERTY

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

National housing market sentiment fell sharply in Q2 as house prices weakened, but still positive supported by strong rents.

A NAB networking event connects women across construction and property finance to help promote female participation in the sector.

RBA rushing to neutral, rates to reach 2.10% by year-end.

In challenging market conditions Australians are choosing to use buyers agents more than ever before, we’ll take a deep dive to find out more.  

An exclusive webinar on Perth’s property market and rent roll insights for real estate agents. Watch now.

NAB’s Commercial Property Index rose to +11 pts in Q1, building on the gains seen in the last quarter when the index moved back into positive territory for the first time in 2 years.

Housing values are still rising at the national level, however, with a rise of just 0.6% over the month, April’s growth rate was the lowest reading since October 2020.

RISING BUILDING COSTS AND A TRADES SHORTFALL ISN’T DAMPENING DEMAND, AS AUSTRALIANS EMERGE FROM TWO YEARS OF LOCKDOWNS, DETERMINED TO CREATE THEIR DREAM HOME.

Strong CPI to bring forward first rate increase to May.

Housing market sentiment buoyed by growing rents as prices slow, but confidence slips as expectations for price growth scaled back.

RBA to hike rates in June, July, August and November, followed by a more gradual path through 2023 and 2024.

COVID disruptions have continued but State economies have been resilient and labour markets are strong.

NAB now sees the first rate hike coming in August; Gradual normalisation to follow through in 2023 and 2024.

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