Auction activity has picked up since restrictions on live auctions lifted in late May.
GEELONG home values dropped in June as the coronavirus pandemic hit the region’s property market.
Dwelling values fell by 0.7 per cent last month, ending almost a year of consecutive price growth, the latest CoreLogic Home Values Index shows.
But the region has been spared the sharper drop recorded in Melbourne, the hardest hit of the capital cities, where home values fell 1.1 per cent.
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