VIDEO – The market bounces back after the break

VIDEO – The market bounces back after the break

This week, all of the busiest suburbs for auctions are in Victoria. Glen Waverley tops the list with 19 homes scheduled for auction. Followed by Bentleigh East and Reservoir with 17 and 15 scheduled auctions respectively.

Auction activity will increase across the combined capital cities this week, with 1,757 homes set to be auctioned, up from last week’s final result of 1,197 auctions held. The number of homes expected to go to auction this week is significantly lower than volumes from over the corresponding week last year, when 3,136 auctions were held.

Melbourne will see the most significant increase in activity this week after last week saw volumes fall across the city with 847 properties scheduled for auction this week, up from the 216 last week.

In Sydney, there are fewer auctions scheduled this week compared to last week’s final figures, with 619 homes set to go to auction, down from the 701 auctions held last week.

Across the smaller markets, the number of homes scheduled for auction will increase in Adelaide, Canberra and Tasmania, while Brisbane and Perth will see fewer auctions take place week-on-week.

Last week, the combined capital city final auction clearance rate fell to 47.8 per cent across a lower volume of auctions with 1,197 held, down from the 2,201 auctions over the week prior when a higher 50.4 per cent cleared.  The weighted average clearance rate and volumes have continued to track lower than results from last year, when over the corresponding week 63.3 per cent of the 1,764 homes taken to auction sold.

 

Watch for Geoff White’s thoughts about the weekend ahead and then join him on Monday as he gives the most comprehensive national roundup of the weeks activity.

 

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Kevin Turner
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