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2015 Growth in house prices

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  1. Darlinghurst Boy

    Darlinghurst Boy Well-Known Member

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    2015 Growth in House Prices
    Each area is listed by name, median house price and percentage change for the past 12 months.

    1. St Kilda West, VIC – $2, 104, 041 – 48.9%
    2. Hillston, NSW – $182,432 – 48.5 %
    3. Beaconsfield, NSW – $1, 290, 716 – 48 %
    4. Parramatta, NSW – $1, 095, 484 – 47.6%
    5. Liberty Grove, NSW – $1, 247, 617 – 47.6%
    6. Bemboka, NSW – $265, 205 – 46.7 %
    7. Pyrmont, NSW – $1, 244, 081 – 46.6%
    8. Clemton Park, NSW – $1, 218, 446 – 44.6%
    9. Oakville, NSW – $1, 549, 428 – 44.5%
    10. Campbell, ACT – $1, 122, 155 – 42.7
     
  2. Darlinghurst Boy

    Darlinghurst Boy Well-Known Member

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    2015 Growth in Unit Prices

    Each area is listed by name, median house price and percentage change for the last 12 months.

    1. Lake Heights, NSW – $364, 915 – 47%
    2. Wheelers Hill, VIC – $709, 576 – 44.5%
    3. Laverton,VIC – $394, 930 – 39.8%
    4. Windsor, NSW – $469, 021 – 39.1%
    5. Kelso, NSW – $235, 146 – 38.9%
    6. Beverley Park, NSW – $930, 400 – 38.2%
    7. Macquarie Fields, NSW – $414, 455- 35.3%
    8. Yagoona, NSW – $566, 094- 34.9%
    9. North Brighton, SA – $543, 684 – 33.9%
    10. Raby, NSW – $451, 984 – 33.9%
     
  3. Scott No Mates

    Scott No Mates Well-Known Member

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    Has all of the low hanging fruit been sold (easy development sites) hence a return to realistic sales prices for houses...
     
  4. willair

    willair Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    All the better for real estate prices in Qld to start to catch up as others balance the price range out,that's the best part about any real estate cycle,particularly when the silent character of the truth as you have posted starts the kick in,everything we are invested in Brisbane is still trending upwards slowly..west end up 5%,Rocklea even more,Tarragindi the same as west end and moorooka is still solid,viva la brisbane..
     
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