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Momentum builds across Australian housing markets as values rise at the fastest rate in seventeen years

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Australian home values surged 2.1% higher in February; the largest month-on-month change in CoreLogic’s national home value index since August 2003.  Spurred on by a combination of record low mortgage rates, improving economic conditions, government incentives and low advertised supply levels, Australia’s housing market is in the midst of a broad-based boom.  

Housing values are rising across each of the capital city and rest of state regions, demonstrating the diverse nature of this housing upswing. 

According to CoreLogic’s research director, Tim Lawless, a synchronised growth phase like this hasn’t been seen in Australia for more than a decade.  

“The last time we saw a sustained period where every capital city and…



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