CoreLogic: Aussie property values rise 0.2% in October

CoreLogic’s dwelling value results for September are out at the 5-city level, with values falling another 0.27% over the month, driven purely by Melbourne and Sydney:

As shown above, all major markets other than Melbourne rose in value in October.

It was the first monthly rise in six months at the 5-city level:

Over the October quarter, dwelling values fell by 0.6% across the major capitals:

Melbourne has suffered the biggest quarterly falls, followed by Sydney. By contrast, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth have registered rises:

The next chart plots quarterly price growth by major capital, which shows a shift in momentum:

The next chart tracks trend annual price growth. Perversely, despite the monthly rise, annual growth continued to fall due to exceptionally strong price growth at the same time last year:

The bounce back is on, driven by the smaller capitals.

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