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Red23 offers both economic analysis and growth area expertise - fundamentals to a competitive project strategy. We also provide our developer partners with tailored market research and monthly competitor dashboards to help monitor the competitive landscape.
Red23 Research Hub | Jul.’19
- Positivity in the market has been witnessed... but still early days.
- Extra stimulus will need to be considered; interest rates are predicted to fall again.
- Greater Geelong’s month-on-month median land price increased back up to $290,000.
- June delivered a further $2,000 decline in the median land price. Will the median land price fall below $300,000?
- Median price of new stock introduced this month was $315,000; $16,000 less than the median land price of available stock.
Red23 Research Hub | Jun.’19
- After 90 days of stability, May delivered a $2,000 decline: a median price of $335,000 - it’s largest fall in 2019.
- Close to 500 new lots were released over the last 30 days, a new stock median of $317,000.
- On a suburb basis, Point Cook outperformed all other suburbs with median price growth of just over 8 per cent.
- Project sales rates remain soft, albeit increasing slightly over the last 30 days, to a median of around 2.5 per project: the second strongest monthly rate in 2019.
- Following on, Hume outshone all municipalities this month at a median project sales rate of around 5 per project (double Cardinia, ranked second).
Red23 Research Hub | May.’19
- For 29 consecutive months, the median land price rose from $187,000 (Dec. ’15) to $355,000 (Apr. ’18). The current gross median land price sits at $337,000 for 3rd consecutive month.
- Median land price of new stock was $327,000.
- More than a third of all trading projects producing a zero sales rate.
- In percentage terms, more than a quarter of all growth trading projects are located in Melton (compared to around 13 per cent some 4 years ago).
- Wyndham is the only remaining municipality that hasn’t show a year-on-year median price fall.
Red23 Research Hub | Mar.’19
- Gross median land price stalls at $337,000 for 2nd consecutive month.
- Median land price of new stock was $326,500, noting that less than 10 per cent of stock released sold.
- More than a third of all projects delivered a zero sales rate!
- Median project sales rates are still a concern, with a median of around 2 sales per project.
- Median rebate was around $15,000: confirming a net median land price of $322,000.
Red23 Research Hub | Feb.’19
- After the largest monthly fall in the median land price in over 3 years, the land price movement has largely stalled in Feb. ’19 at $337,000 (down 2.6% YoY).
- That said, the net median land price continues to fall as rebates continue to emerge (median rebate ~$15,000).
- Notably, all but two of the municipalities experienced a fall in the median land price: Hume, in Melbourne’s north remains the most expensive municipality for the 5th consecutive month.
- Very few green shoots with the median project sales rate continuing to fall, now just above 3 sales per month per project.
- Cancellations are certainly a topic for discussion, with stock levels expected to rise in the coming quarters placing further downward pressure on price.
Red23 Research Hub | Jan.’19
- Largest monthly fall in the median land price in more than 3 years.
- A $10,000 (2.9 per cent) fall delivering a gross median land of $338,000 (comparable to QIV. ’17).
- All but one of the municipalities experienced a fall in the median land price, Hume remains the most expensive municipality for the 4th consecutive month.
- Berwick, Burnside and Point Cook are the 3 most expensive land markets, Eynesbury, Diggers Rest and Melton South are the most affordable (all within the City of Melton).
- Project sales rates are sliding, now below 5 per month per project (median).
June delivered a further $2,000 decline in the median land price. Will the median land price fall below $300,000?