Adelaide Property Market
Adelaide housing market continues to improve steadily in 2020. Adelaide property investment levels has shown restrained growth over the past sevens years. The outer northern and southern suburbs of Adelaide are generally the last to see an increase in price growth. Coastal suburbs are likely to see the increase in prices at a similar time to the inner suburbs, while those to the far north and south are the last.
Infrastructure and employment do play a part in property values, however this sees localised property increases rather than the stone-in-the-pond analogy.
Over the past year Adelaide’s eastern suburbs have seen modest property price gains.
The coastal suburb of Glenelg to the west of the CBD has also experienced an increase in capital growth, particularly the lower end of the market. This suburb has a popular family bench, retail outlets and numerous restaurants and cafes.
As for what’s next to go, it’s the bridesmaid suburbs property investors should watch, i.e. those areas adjacent to the ones that have already seen the best growth.
These include Somerton Park and Glengowrie around Glenelg.
Around Henley Beach, the suburbs include Fulham and Fulham Gardens. Both are further away from the beach and there are good buying opportunities.
The medium-term is set to bring low but steady growth in the city of churches. There’s high unemployment in South Australia and it’s playing on property investor confidence.
Adelaide Property Investment Overview 2020
Adelaide’s market interesting because it’s the exception to the common rules of market performance. It has the worst performing economy on the mainland and there are arguments that it’s the worst performing economy in the country, but Adelaide’s housing market continues to produce what you would call resilient and even robust results. It’s certainly likely Adelaide house prices this year will grow at a higher rate than last year.
The northern suburbs of Adelaide have been under-performing because they’ve been hit by such events as the collapse of the car manufacturers, but markets closer to town are more robust and still price-accessible.
There’s a shortage of rental property, yields are certainly quite attractive, and there are capital growth prospects given that the economy has been an under performer.
This may be attractive for investors looking for a market in which they can rest their capital after the exhausting rollercoaster ride of somewhere like Sydney. Perhaps the tonic is Adelaide, with its conservative steady market and solid rental demand.
A lot of agents have been commenting that they’ve been getting much higher levels of enquiry into Adelaide from those investors who have a transitional capital city focus.
Being right at the front of the wave requires great instincts on which direction the swell’s sweeping. To stay ahead of the break, one must undertake consistent assessment of property markets involving not just sales analysis but also regularly talking to locals.
Getting this on-the-ground information on a national scale is beyond the means of most casual observers. Fortunately, independent property analysts from around Australia have given us an all-access pass, on a city-by-city basis, on how they feel capital city markets are tracking. They’ve also identified 24 suburbs around the national where the wave is set to break.
Contact us for a free information pack on the Adelaide property market, or to arrange an obligation free consultation.
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