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23 June 2015 (AFR) - Third of homes sold at twice their purchase price in major cities

(23 June 2015, AFR, p7, by Su-Lin Tan )

‘A third of all second-hand homes sold in the first three months of the year went for twice their purchase price while 10 per cent sold at a loss, a quarterly report by property research group, Corelogic RP Data has found.  54 more words

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23 June 2015 (TheAge) - Housing juggernaut difficult to slow - bubble yields billions in profits

(23 June 2015, The Age, BusinessDay, p28, Elizabeth Knight, Business columnist)

‘We might be in the middle of a property bubble but convincing home owners and speculators of the risks won’t be easy, not after the first three months of this year, during which they booked profits of $13.8 billion. 51 more words

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12 June 2015 (AFR) - Rents rose 1.5pc in year to May at slowest pace on record

(12 June 2015, AFR, p5, by Michael Bleby )

‘Weekly asking rents rose just 1.5 per cent in the year to May, the slowest pace on record, as an investor-driven increase in supply and falls in Perth, Darwin and Canberra pulled the national average lower. 47 more words

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25 May 2015 (AFR) - Melbourne unit goes in blink, tops reserve - sells $60,000 above reserve in 3½ minutes

(25 May 2015, AFR, p33, by Mercedes Ruehl , Michael Bleby )

‘A Melbourne apartment has sold for $60,000 over its reserve in under four minutes during one of the city’s best auction weekends this year.  59 more words

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Nearmap - US progress, and an AVM head-to-head

First commercial sales made to multiple clients in the US during April / May. Playing this one 6 mths at a time, looking good.

I also trialled their AVM service (Hometrack based) recently, running it against APM, and Core Logic RPData. 99 more words

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18 May 2015 (AFR) - Housing market takes a breather as prices, clearances fall

(18 May 2015, AFR, p7, by Michael Bleby )

‘The housing market took a breather this week, with values dipping in most capital cities, giving policy makers hope that the recent mad market may be slowing. 41 more words

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