Archive for June, 2013

Our Backyard – Lorne

‘Lorne – Market Round up’. I read with great interest a recent R.P data report on where the largest declines in residential property values have been experienced and where the largest capital gains have been recorded across the country.

It comes as no surprise that R.P data have reported that the largest corrections have clearly been recorded across the coastal and lifestyle markets, more particularly the largest declines are most concentrated … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard

‘Lorne – Market Round up’. The Melbourne residential house market is one of the best indicators and forward forecasting tools that we on the coast and in leisure markets within two hours of the city rely on heavily in predicting future trends. If the current market conditions continue through the winter months and gather further momentum following the September election and into spring, the summer period of 2013/14 is … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Lorne

‘Lorne – Market Round up’.

The Reserve Bank of Australia on Tuesday left interest rates at their historic low level which continues to provide a great platform for anyone looking to enter the coastal property scene. The continuing building of strength and momentum in the Melbourne residential property market is a great sign for the future of the coast.

Historically our records have indicated that the coastal market follows the trend … Continue Reading »