Money This map shows house price growth in Australia is only happening in one area

01:51  14 september  2017
01:51  14 september  2017 Source:   Business Insider Australia

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Australian house prices have grown rapidly over the past year, continuing the trend since the end of the Based on SA4 regional data, breaking states down into large regional areas , prices in many The map provides an excellent reminder that Australia ’s housing market is not one market, but

Australian house prices have grown rapidly over the past year, continuing the trend since the end of the global financial crisis. Indeed, it was entirely driven by strength in Australia 's southeastern corner, especially in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia 's largest housing markets. Based on.

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Australian house prices have grown rapidly over the past year, continuing the trend since the end of the global financial crisis.

Across the nation's capitals, prices jumped by 10.7% in the year to August, according to data from CoreLogic, leaving the median price at $567,000.

However, as seen in the map below posted by CoreLogic's head of research, Tim Lawless, on Twitter, that national figure was not reflective of board-based gains across the nation.

Indeed, it was entirely driven by strength in Australia's southeastern corner, especially in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia's largest housing markets.

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Based on SA4 regional data, breaking states down into large regional areas, prices in many regions within and surrounding Sydney and Melbourne grew by 10% or more over the year, masking falls or significantly smaller gains in other parts of the country.

This divergence reflects stronger economic conditions in both Sydney and Melbourne over the year, partially contributing to strong population growth in both cities over the same period.

The map provides an excellent reminder that Australia's housing market is not one market, but many, with the strength in the national figure over the past year merely reflecting strong gains in small-yet-highly-populated parts of the country.

It also underscores the conundrum facing policymakers who are currently attempting to cool strong price growth in Australia's southeastern corner without exacerbating price weakness in other parts of the county.


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