March 2023 Market Update

Join the conversation as we delve into the current state of the real estate market, examining the impact of the RBA’s 10th rate rise on income, the ongoing debate between renting vs buying, effects on the stock market, as well as fluctuations in sales prices and the rental market.

Market Update with James Packham

Tune in as we discuss the response to recent interest rate rises and how it has effected the property market in South Australia ????????

Terra Firma, Harcourts and Homelessness Week 2022

Homelessness Week aims to raise awareness of the impact of homelessness on Australia via national and local community events, including providing information on the importance of housing as a solution and educating communities on how they can make a difference.

Lock in Your Rate to be Sure

Interest rates in Australia are on the way up and understandably that’s a big concern for homeowners. Here’s everything you need to know about rate locking.

Unique, state-first partnership supporting our vulnerable into housing

In another state-first, a former backpacker’s hostel in the heart of the CBD has been transformed so it can provide new, short-term accommodation for South Australians experiencing or at risk of homelessness with support from a well-known real estate agent. The new, unique partnership between Harcourts Packham and the state’s new Southern homelessness alliance Toward…Read More→

Search Mortgages Finance Update

Home loan activity is at historically high levels, according to the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Australians committed to $31.4 billion of home loans in November, which was 6.3% higher than the previous month and 33.2% higher than the previous year. Owner-occupier borrowing was up 7.6% on the month and 17.2% on…Read More→

Search Mortages – Finance Update

Some interesting new data sheds interesting light on the eternal debate over whether to have a variable or fixed home loan. Reserve Bank of Australia data for August shows owner-occupiers on three-year fixed loans were paying, on average, 1.26 percentage points less than those on the discounted variable rate. However, as the graph shows, these things move…Read More→