Herron Todd White Month in Review October 2017

The October Herron Todd White report shows that  property markets are proving dynamic as we venture towards the end of 2017. Numbers show Sydney and Melbourne are running at a slower pace while Hobart has proved to be a shining star​,​ based on its latest results around capital gains. Click on the cover page graphic to… Read More

Herron Todd White Month in Review July 2017

The July Herron Todd White report marks the start of the New financial Year – maybe not as many fireworks as the start of the New calendar Year – but just a significant for many. The residential section has a focus on what you could purchase with a lazy half a million – many of… Read More

Herron Todd White Month in Review – May 2017

  It’s approaching mid-year, the weather is cooling and, as at time of you reading this, our federal budget would have been released – weather, time and politics – all agents of change. It’s with this backdrop that the Herron Todd White team discuss the factors that drive change in our markets across Australia.  If you have… Read More

Herron Todd White – Month in Review – April 2017

This Herron Todd White Month in review marks the end of  the first quarter of 2017 and the lead up into the end of the financial year. Last year is well behind us and property buyers are making their presence known in markets throughout the nation. Given 2017 is now well underway, the team thought it prime… Read More

Victorian Government Changes for First Home Owners Grant

The Victorian Government has announced that it intends to increase the First Home Owner Grant (FHOG) from $10,000 to $20,000 for new homes built in regional Victoria (see below) and valued up to $750,000. This will apply for contracts signed from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2020. Eligible first-home buyers of new homes in metropolitan Melbourne… Read More

Herron Todd White Month in Review March 2017

In the March, Herron Todd White review property, housing and construction continue to be centre-stage discussion among the public and politicians. Interest rates and changes to the tax system are always up for debate, but one element of Australian real estate that gets almost universal agreement is lack of affordability. With so much of the… Read More

Herron Todd White Month in Review – September 2016

For the September’s Month In Review, rather than just a general market wrap, they have asked the offices to identify the most iconic house and unit designs dotting their landscape. They’ve also drilled down into why these structures continue to appeal to modern buyers, plus there’s an outlook from each location on how heritage housing will… Read More