Australian housing prices have experienced their steepest drop since the global financial crisis, according to property analysts CoreLogic.
A likely tighter lending environment following the banking royal commission is expected to drive property prices down even further, with national house values r…
Australia's housing downturn is getting worse, with the more expensive end of the market in Melbourne and Sydney leading the declines.
House prices in Sydney and Melbourne fell in May while Hobart defied the national downward trend, putting further pressure on home buyers and tenants, Corelogic…
Prices are falling across Australia’s biggest urban centres.
House prices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane fell in April, with cooler conditions now providing opportunities for new buyers, the latest Corelogic Hedonic Ho…
The average Aussie home is now worth $686,700, new figures show.
Australia's housing market is slowing after years of rapid growth but the value of the nation's homes is still rising and on its way to $7 trillion.
So far this year, prices have fallen in all mainland state capitals aside from Brisbane.