“New data released by the Housing (Supply) Minister shows that the Federal Government’s First Home Loan Deposit Scheme is already helping millennials achieve their home ownership aspirations and giving a boost to regional areas,” said HIA Chief Executive Industry Policy, Kristin Brookfield.
“Residential land sales have increased by 45.9 per cent from their record low in the March 2019 quarter,” said HIA Economist, Angela Lillicrap.
“Lending to first home buyers increased by 6.2 per cent in the month of December 2019 to be up by 3.6 per cent for the quarter. This is the highest number of first home buyer loans since December 2009,” said Angela Lillicrap, HIA Economist.
“Lending to households building and purchasing new homes remained soft in November (2019) despite the steady improvement in the broader housing market during the latter half of 2019,” said Geordan Murray, HIA Senior Economist.
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“Housing data is continuing to show that a low point was reached in April to May 2019, with a small improvement in the volume of new work entering the pipeline over the rest of 2019,” stated Tim Reardon, HIA’s Chief Economist.
The announcement that 27 lenders have now been endorsed to participate in the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme is the next important step in the lead up to the Scheme starting on 1 January 2020.
“New Home Sales and Housing Finance data indicate that the housing market has stabilised over the past 6 months,” stated HIA Economist, Angela Lillicrap.
“Building approvals fell by 3.7 per cent in the three months to October 2019 after several months of positive growth,” stated HIA Economist Angela Lillicrap.
In 2020, there will be several political and economic factors that will continue to impact Sydney’s property market, according to a leading real estate CEO.