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Herron Todd White Monthly Property Clock Images

Discussion in 'Information Resources & Tools' started by C-mac, 8th Nov, 2015.

  1. C-mac

    C-mac Well-Known Member

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    Hi folks,

    I don't think this is breaching any copyright to post these, as every image I've sourced, was in the public domain, available on a simple Google Images search.

    As many forumites know already; HTW track residential property cycles every month, and have been doing so for years (I found some going back to at least 2010). Early on, they simply produced one 'clock' monthly, however, more recently they produce three per month:

    1) Houses
    2) Units
    3) All dwellings combined

    After spending the last couple of days scouring the internet for them; the downside is that the below images are really a random selection. So many months are missing. Please feel free to reply with any month's images you might have, that are missing.

    On the upside though; I was able to get at least 'one out of three' of each month's data, for the past six months or so, which is really the monthly data that most readers on Pchat will be looking at.

    I'll do it over two replies due to the 10-file maximum for attachments.

    Enjoy!

    Cam


    2015-10 (U).png 2015-09 (U).png 2015-09 (H).jpg 2015-08 (U).png 2015-08 (H).png 2015-08 (All).jpg 2015-07 (U).jpg 2015-07 (H).jpg 2015-07 (All).jpg 2015-06 (H).jpg
     
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    And the others I've found....

    2015-03 (All).jpg
    2015-01 (All).jpg 2014-09 (H).jpg 2014-09 (All).jpg 2013-10 (All).jpg 2013-09 (All).png 2013-07 (All).JPG 2013-05 (All).jpeg 2013-03 (All).PNG 2012-11 (All).jpg
     
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    Don't know why in the first picture they have Brisbane higher in the cycle than Melbourne..
     
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    I ONLY BELIEVE THE WORDS OF BIS SHRAPNEL!!!

    Thanks for the clocks C mac, interesting data.
     
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    Units only?
     
  6. Gockie

    Gockie I'm an ISTP-A female, so I might be a bit quirky! Premium Member

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    Thanks for sharing @C-mac! November 2015 is also out!
     
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    Apparently time runs backwards if the clocks are working correctly for some locations...
     
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    Yeah... I see Adelaide seems to move around a bit...
     
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    Bathurst magically disappears and reappears on some clocks, and there seem to be a lot of locations sitting between 6 and 9 over the entire period.

    HTW cycles can be a bit of a clocksucker if you're not careful.
     
  10. C-mac

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    @Gockie any chance you could post the Nov gif or jpeg in this thread? I cant find it on Google image searches!
     
  11. Gockie

    Gockie I'm an ISTP-A female, so I might be a bit quirky! Premium Member

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    No worries. Sorry if quality is crap... they are phone screenshots. Btw. Reports are here:
    Market Information Resources
    There's also a graph for offices but I don't think most forumites are so interested. (Its in the link anyway!)

    Screenshot_2015-11-10-23-44-53.png Screenshot_2015-11-10-23-45-07.png
     
  12. C-mac

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    Thanks @Gockie! You going to Sydney's Wenty meetup tonight? I know you are based in Brisbane these days (from memory?) but thought I'd ask :)
     
  13. Gockie

    Gockie I'm an ISTP-A female, so I might be a bit quirky! Premium Member

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    Sorry. I'm still in Sydney but my parttime, Wednesday night, volleyball competition manager job means I can't make it to Skater's meetups unless they are on very specific Wednesdays....
    I do have a meetup though on the 24th and I'm happy to see anybody there. :)
     
  14. C-mac

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    Also, here's October 2015's "Houses" stat (I think this was missing). Good for comparison with Sep and Nov's Houses stat:

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    They also need to do a better job of proof reading .

    In sept this year units at rocky are at the peak and the bottom of the cycle .

    Unless the unit market is bipolar .

    Cliff
     
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    @See Change that made me chuckle too. Certainly a typo on that one!

    I think the best way to read this is that markets tend to rotate in and out of monthly cyclical observations on these charts, if their data sets off enough 'red flags' to bother to be indexed.

    For example, Wodonga, VIC, only appears sporadically in any of the charts. Towns/Cities are only put in orange or blue if their risk rating changes.

    But in the case of Wodonga, it isn't in any colour so... maybe it's sporadic appearance indicates that it has enough data to report as 'being' in any one time on the clock? Who knows!
     
  17. Gockie

    Gockie I'm an ISTP-A female, so I might be a bit quirky! Premium Member

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    Sounds reasonable. I think that they put the report together by surveying their local people on the ground for their feedback on what they feel the state of the market is and then they compile all that info all into the one report. I could be wrong though.
     
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    They'll do it on basis of stock on market , time on market , price movement . Maybe through in vacancy rates as well .

    Cliff
     
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