Weekly Market Update (15 Sept 2023)

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Weekly Market Update (15 Sept 2023)
  1. Vacancy Rate (Source: SQM Research)

    The national residential property rental vacancy rate in Australia dropped to 1.2% in August 2023, indicating a housing rental crisis. Most capital cities saw a decrease in vacancies, except for Melbourne and Brisbane CBDs. Regional areas also experienced decreases in vacancy rates. Asking rents in capital cities rose slightly, with house rents increasing more than unit rents. The national median weekly rent for combined dwellings is $584.32, while Sydney has the highest rent at $977.65 and Adelaide has the most affordable rent at $432.87. The rental market is expected to remain tight, leading to a potential increase in homelessness.


  1. CoreLogic Auction Results (Week ending 10 Sept 2023
    (Total Auction / Clearance Rate)

    – Sydney: 898 / 67%

    – Melbourne: 1,016 / 65.5%

    – Brisbane: 132 / 59.9%

    – Perth: 13 / 38.5%

    – Canberra: 89 / 50.6%

    – Adelaide: 127 / 79.2%

    – Tasmania: NA / 0%


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