Dawrin has started a recovery, joined by Brisbane and a number of NSW markets including Illawarra and the Southern Highlands, according to Herron Todd White (HTW).
The valuation firm suggests that there has been very little movement outside of this category, with the second busiest being those at the Bottom of the market with Albany and Ipswich joining Broome, Bundaberg, Toowoomba and the Southern Tablelands the the bottom.
Canberra, Melbourne and the Gold Coast remained as declining markets while Kalgoorlie and Geraldton approach the bottom of the market.
There were no additions to the markets who have been deemed as beginning their decline with Wodonga holding down the fort.
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The Geelong market is approaching it’s peak this month joining the Sunshine Coast which has remained in this category for the past few months.
The peak of the market remained steady with Adelaide and Hobart as top dogs alongside a number of NSW markets such as Tamworth and the Central Coast.
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