PROPERTY CLOCKS

May 22, 2018
Michael Matusik

Here is where I think the capitals and major Queensland regions sit when in comes to detached houses, vacant land and attached dwellings.

A market’s position on the property clock is based around the strength and direction of several key real estate indicators including:

  • Price & rent momentum
  • Underlying housing demand versus new dwelling supply
  • Employment generation
  • Buying/rental affordability
  • And importantly sales volumes against stock for sale

There are four phases to the Property Clock:

  • Recovery
  • Upswing
  • Downturn
  • Stagnation

Below is where I think the capitals and major Queensland regions sit when in comes to detached houses.

My experience is that the land market sits in more or less in the same positions as the house market.

And below is where I think the capitals and major Queensland regions sit when in comes to apartments.

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