Auction Results Sydney 30 April 2022
Auction Results Sydney
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Apartment Prices Fall: Sydney unit prices dipped 1.2 per cent to a median of $796,524 in the March quarter, the latest Domain House Price Report shows, while house prices rose 0.2 per cent to a median of almost $1,591,000 — the weakest performance for both since the June quarter of 2020.
Buyers now have more choice with the number of homes hitting the market reaching its highest level for the March quarter since 2014 and 15 per cent above the five-year average. Sellers have realised the market has peaked and are trying to capitalise before interest rates rise, which economists expect the first hike as early as May or June.
A survey commissioned by Money.com.au found that 80 per cent of respondents had a savings buffer in place to cope with an increase in monthly loan repayments.
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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