Canberra’s auction clearance rate drops to lowest level in two years, prices stall | ABC News

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The latest real estate figures in Canberra show auction clearance rates are down to their lowest level in more than two years while property prices have stalled.

CoreLogic data shows auction clearance rates were at 51 per cent last week, the lowest since April 2020.

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