RPData wraps 2012

Please find below RPData’s Christmas wrap on the housing market of 2012 along with what could be in 2013.

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  1. From smh.domain.com.au/real-estate-news/20121220-2bpfk.html

    A two-bedroom unit with ocean glimpses in Coral Street had been attracting a lot of interest, he said, primarily because of its $185,000 price tag. Data from Australian Property Monitors showed it had previously sold for $345,000 in 2004 and was being rented at $300 a week. But as a holiday rental, it had achieved $585 in 2007.

    Wow, great investment, huh? 😯

    • dumb_non_economist

      R2M, which b/rm do you get the ocean glimpses from and do you need to stand on a chair to get them as I might be interested?

      • First I need someone to explain how a house in Australia can sell for 345K in 2004, and now 8 years later it is “attracting interest” (i.e. not sold yet) at $185k.

        • The higher is fly, the deeper is fall!
          Australian property market = Law of Gravity. It’s amazing how it proves itself!