Property Investment Round-Up!

Welcome to our new property investment round-up blog, where we quickly cover all the latest news items that are important for investors.

So what is happening?

• Strongest national rental growth in Canberra , where rents are up 5.6% over the year (source: CoreLogic)

• National property values declined by 1% over January (CoreLogic)

• Sydney dwelling values down 4.5 per cent and Melbourne values 4.0 per cent lower to January 2019 (CoreLogic)

• National Rents increased by 0.2 [of a percentage point] for the quarter and increased by just 0.5 [of a percentage point] for the year.The average annual change has been less than 1.0 per cent since March 2016. (REIA)

• NAB’s Residential Property Survey Q4 2018 found that sentiment among over 300 property experts has fallen to "a new survey low”, according to the report, dropping by 11 points to -20 for the last quarter. NAB’s picks for growth in 2019 NAB also provided the suburbs that were likely to enjoy above-average growth over 2019.

Those suburbs are:

New South Wales

• Bondi

• Newcastle

• Penrith

• Surry Hills

• Sydney


• Ballarat

• Frankston

• Melton

• Seaford

• Werribee



• Brisbane

• Coolangatta

• Gold Coast

• Sunshine Coast


Western Australia

• Armadale

• Scarborough



• Hobart

Marlene Liontis
Saturday, 9 February 2019

Join our mailing list Receive Free Property Tips and news

Now Partnered With


Contact Us

1300 11 RENT (7368)