West Coast and Barossa Valley lead SA house price growth, with sour grapes for McLaren Vale owners: ANZ
Regional areas have outperformed capital cities in the year to March, according to ANZ.
"Despite being lower in annual growth terms, regional house prices have been more stable than capital city house prices, which have seen larger price falls across all major states and territories," notes the Australian Housing Chartbook.
"Across states/territories and regions, house price growth has continued to differ, reflecting varying economic performance across Australian industries."
"House price growth in WA regional centres has counter-intuitively been the weakest, with house prices in many centres lower in the year to March," says the report.
"While we continue to expect continued divergence within South Australia and ACT regional housingmarkets, a broadly soft economic outlook for the South Australia and ACT economies combined withrelatively balanced housing markets should contain house price growth in the coming year across most regions."
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Source RP Data, Rismark, ANZ
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