Australia’s housing market continued to recover, with dwelling values up 0.8% over the month.

Office demand hit by increased work from home.

Regional housing markets continued to outperform the capital cities in October.

Consumer confidence increased, new listings rose, and six of the eight capital cities recorded a rise in home values over the month.

Australian home values moved through a fourth month of COVID-induced falls.

Record low interest rates, government support and loan repayment holidays for distressed borrowers have helped to insulate the housing market from a more significant downturn.

Despite values being down in June, estimates of market activity showed a further improvement from the April low.

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Despite the loss of momentum in housing value growth, buyer numbers have shown a solid rise in May.

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Market activity dropped sharply from the second half of March and through April.

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