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Property Clock - June 2016

Discussion in 'Where to Buy' started by Proper Property, 5th Jun, 2016.

  1. Proper Property

    Proper Property Active Member

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    There have been several areas that have been mentioned and hyped up in the last few years to reach considerable growth periods. Therefore now in June 2016, what time do you think these areas are now on the property clock:

    Brisbane (up to 10-15km radius)
    Logan
    Ipswich
    Adelaide (units within 5km of CBD)
    South Adelaide (Suburbs in Onkaparinga Shire)
    Frankston and Cranbourne
    Geelong and nearby suburbs such as Corio
     
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  2. Timwest

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    HTW June 2016 property clock
     

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  3. Bran

    Bran Well-Known Member

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    Brisbane is start of recovery? Bonza!
     
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    Yeah they have been saying it for the last few reports, no idea what the thinking is..
     
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    Has it gone anti-clockwise despite growth so far?
     
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    hash_investor Well-Known Member

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    ipswich is peak.

    no mention of north side though o_O
     
  7. Taku Ekanayake

    Taku Ekanayake Well-Known Member

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    Make it rain Brissie!
     
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  8. Proper Property

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    Why do you think Ipswich is ahead of Brisbane in the property clock? Wouldn't the growth period hit Brisbane first before Ipswich?
     
  9. Bran

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    Springfield/Redcliffe have had a lot going for a while. I wouldn't go there now. But there are other parts of Ipswicj
     
  10. Proper Property

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    What parts of Ipswich do you like at the moment which still have growth left in them?
     
  11. Bran

    Bran Well-Known Member

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    Thats a 100k question. Sorry :)
     
  12. LifesGood

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    I swear Perth has moved anti clockwise
     
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    Overall I think that last recent clock is pretty accurate. However for pretty much all in the "approaching peak" category I would move down a notch. Form sure Ipswich and Gold Coast, among others have a long way to run yet.
     
  14. big max

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    It will guys. Give it time. Brissie is as capable of having booms and Melbourne and Sydney and economic and behavioural theory makes it appear quite likely this will happen.
     
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  15. Proper Property

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    Do you think Brisbane, Logan and Ipswich will experience similar growth times like Sydney where it was flat but then grew over 20% for a couple of years. Or will it just be gradual growth year on year for like 4 years because it is a smaller economy with higher unemployment than Sydney?
     
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    Logan is well ahead of Ipswich if you look at growth in last 2-3 years. Ipswich is nowhere near peak of market. Much of it is just reaching its last peak..long long way to go
     
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  17. Mick Butterfield

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    Agree totally in relation to Ipswich. No where near the potential peak of the market. It just goes to show the importance of doing your own DD and not solely relying on a property clock for location selection.

    As for South East NSW , I am on the Far South Coast and we are only just now passing the peak of the 2006 heights. I still feel that we are yet to see any meaningful growth here as yet. I thin we need to be knocked down 2 pegs.
     
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  18. See Change

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    Yes re Ipswich ( don't personally follow Gold Coast so can't make informed comment ) . I think it's start of recovery .

    My observation is Ipswich is tracking behind Brisbane and Logan , and Goodna / Riverview / Bundamba section of Ipswich is ahead of the suburbs around Ipswich CBD .

    That's what's happened in previous cycles and it's why we've " gone long " in Brisbane in the last 2-3 years .

    Cliff
     
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    It's a lot easier to loose a job , than loose centerlink benefits .....

    Cliff
     
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