• Housing Affordability Declines - Better News for Renters - The June quarter edition of the Adelaide Bank/Real Estate Institute of Australia Housing Affordability Report shows a decline in housing affordability nationally with the proportion of median family income required to meet average loan repayments increasing by 1.0 percentage points to 31.4 per cent
  • Housing Affordability Improves - The March quarter edition of the Adelaide Bank/Real Estate Institute of Australia Housing Affordability Report shows an improvement in housing affordability across all States and Territories with the proportion of median family income required to meet average loan repayments decreasing by 1.3 percentage points to 30.4 per cent.
  • Victoria tops again for First Home Buyers Adelaide Bank/Real Estate Institute of Australia Housing Affordability Report - The December quarter edition of the Adelaide Bank/Real Estate Institute of Australia Housing Affordability Report shows a slight decline in housing affordability nationally with the proportion of median family income required to meet average loan repayments increasing by 0.9 percentage points to 30.4 per cent. Compared to the corresponding quarter in 2015, the figure decreased by 1.9 percentage points.

    Damian Percy, General Manager Adelaide Bank said: “The good news is that there has been an increase nationally of 6.6 per cent in the number of first home buyers for the quarter and an increase of 0.5 per cent compared to the December 2015 quarter.