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Property values are falling around the country. According to CoreLogic property values nudged 0.1% lower in April, the seventh consecutive month-on-month fall since values started retreating in October last year. These declines were concentrated in the largest capitals, while interestingly regional dwelling values edged 0.4% higher last month. So how much lower will property prices fall? Are we near the bottom or should buyers hold off and wait? To get an understating of what’s going on in the market and what’s likely to happen to property values moving forward, I explain my thoughts on a recent interview on Sky News Here are some of the things we discuss… How far will the markets fall – will they crash? If we assume no further APRA intervention and rates remain the same there is no reason to think prices will fall significantly. High end properties and cheap properties will fall more • Sydney will probably drop 5-8% overall – say another 3 or 4% this year - but not all parts of the city – there is still strong demand for good homes in the inner and middle ring suburbs • Melbourne - -3% to steady • Brisbane 0-3% • Adelaide 0- 3% • Canberra – 1-4% • Hobart – 7 -10% • Perth – 0% How long will this downturn last? This will depend on local factors. In general cycle will be driven by availability of finance, jobs creation and confidence The Budget forecasts of economic growth, population growth, jobs growth are all positive for property.
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