Pain and Gain Report
Insights into the number of properties selling below their purchase price
Current Edition: March, 2018
Data Period: December Quarter, 2017
The Pain and Gain Report is a quarterly analysis of residential properties that were resold to determine the proportion transacting below their previous purchase price. These insights help understand where Australian property is feeling pain, or enjoying significant gains.
About this report:
The Pain and Gain Report is a quarterly report that provides a national overview on the proportion of properties that are selling for a loss or a gain, including an analysis of the performance of houses and units. The report then analyses capital city markets, investor versus owner occupier resales, regional markets and provides a break down by capital city council regions. Click here to view a sample report.
Who should use this report:
This report is essential reading for economists, bankers and mortgage brokers, policy advisers, government planners, property market followers, media, real estate agents or anyone wanting to better understand the key sentiments of Australians towards housing affordability.
What do I receive?
This report contains:
- Headline results for the quarter
- National overview
- Houses versus units
- Focus on major capital city houses and units
- Investor vs owner occupier resales
- Hold periods
- Focus on regional markets
- Loss-making resales across the regions
- Pain & Gain: Sydney council areas
- Pain & Gain: Melbourne council areas
- Pain & Gain: South-East Queensland council regions
- Pain & Gain: Adelaide council regions
- Pain & Gain: Perth council regions
- Pain & Gain: Hobart council regions
- Pain & Gain: Darwin council regions
- Pain & Gain: Canberra council regions
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Delivery of your report:
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