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7 Lessons I Have Learned From Sydney Property Valuations.

It’s just whether or not  the impact that’s going to have on  property prices for the immediate term  what is it about the Sydney market that concerns you the most in the data that  your you’re receiving and synthesizing and looking for trends in is there anything which is really alarming that  is either going to prolong this this downward trend or when we do return to a upward trajectory that’s gonna really  hamper the speed at which the city markets go I think there’s probably three things to the market related and m external so that the two market  related factors would be the fact.

That housing affordability is pretty shocking across Sydney so we’ve got a dwelling price to income ratio in Sydney there’s  a little bit higher than nine times generally means your typical household have to spend nine times their gross annual household income to buy the medium price dwelling www.sydneypropertyvaluations.net.au what it probably  really suggests though is that the typical household is no longer able to afford the medium price to earning that the targeting that the lower the middle to lower end of the market place I think  another factor that’s quite concerning in Sydney would be the rental market so we have seen rental demand easing off.

That’s a lot of the first home buyers moving out of becoming moving out of being renters to become first home  buyers population growth easing off so both those factors are easing rental demand right at a time when rental supplies has ramped up quite substantially on the back of lot of construction and and such a surge in investment activity which means rental  yields are very low in Sydney as well so rental yields are a really good barometer for measuring what you might describe is market value and whether or not values or property values are overvalued or undervalued the yield in Sydney gross is about .

Percent only  fractionally off a record-low and still suggests to me now that we’re seeing rents falling in sydney the down about two and a half percent the last twelve months. that we’re not going to see any real improvement in rental yields in Sydney at least over the next months  and its really particular product that CoreLogic produces any indices or or benchmarking index that you think best represents Sydney and Melbourne markets the best way possible so what I’m trying to get to is of a property investor I’m getting all this information.

I hit  boggles my mind boggles um what would be the one or two key indices or benchmarks I should be using to help me shape my view of the market well I’ll answer that one in just a second there was a third element I should have done last question was the external element which is  household debt has up there right I think that’s that’s the the big wild card here we’re still seeing household debt very high household saving ratio very low.