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It has been another strong year for Melbourne real estate, with house values increasing 9.7%, and unit values 4.1% in the 12 months to the end of August, pushing September quarter median values to $725,000 and $538,000 for the two housing types, respectively, according to REIV.

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The downturn in the Western Australian mining sector has resulted in a palpable reduction of consumer confidence as individuals realise the impact of the unfolding crisis.

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Adelaide’s housing market has recorded moderate to steady activity over the recent quarter, reflective of ongoing transition and consolidation of the South Australian economy. Core Logic reports a modest 0.4% increase in house prices from the June quarter, while the REISA reports more buoyant growth of 2.27% in the median house price over the June 2016 quarter. While figures differ in the short-term, annual median values are consistent between sources with both reporting growth of around 5% during the last 12 months.

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Record low interest rates and high prices, coupled with low yields, continues to strengthen the property market in south-east Queensland. The state of the Brisbane market remains steady, however, more so for houses than units.

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Springtime is arguably the most active and competitive period in the real estate calendar in Australian capital cities as buyers and sellers vie for share of voice in the market.

The level of competition inevitably leads to disappointment for some buyers, as the number of would-be buyers far outweighs the number of properties on offer. So, how do you get an edge in a competitive market?

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It has been another strong year for Melbourne real estate, with house values increasing 9.7%, and unit values 4.1% in the 12 months to the end of August, pushing median values to $725,000 and $538,000 for the two housing types, respectively.