Auction Results Sydney 2 April 2022
Auction Results Sydney
Comment: Auction Results Sydney
Negative Gearing: The Government and the Opposition have now “promised to the Australian people and investors on the advice of REIA that negative gearing will continue to be supported”. This provides investors with the confidence to continue investing in the pre-Election period.
Home values in Sydney fell 0.2 per cent in March, taking home price growth over the quarter to 0.3 per cent. The time it takes to sell a house in Sydney is on the rise, taking an average of 30 days, while apartments are selling 10 days faster than a year earlier, CoreLogic data shows. This is attributed to buyer demand being deflected into apartments, due to rising investor activity and affordability constraints.
Good news for First Home Buyers: The Morrison Government Home Guarantee Scheme has expanded to 50,000 places a year for the next three years, allowing first-home buyers, single parents and regional Australians to get into the property market with a deposit as little as between 2 and 5 per cent.
Australia’s two most populous capitals have started to soften. Domain chief of research and economics Nicola Powell said Sydney had the biggest fall in views per property listing, down 31 per cent in March compared to a year earlier.
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Disclaimer: Not all Properties were bought or sold by TBAS® Buyers Agents. The Auction Results Sydney are compiled for research purposes to assist our valued clients in making educated decisions when purchasing proper