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MELBOURNE MARET CONTINUES TO DELIVER SOLID PRICE GROWTH
Melbourne’s median house price has surged over $750,000 for the first time, new data from the REIV shows.
In the three months to December 31, 2016, Melbourne’s median house price increased 5.0 per cent to $770,000.
Growth was widespread across Melbourne and the market – from Toorak and Brighton to Moonee Ponds and Macleod. Double-digit growth was experienced in 43 of suburbs with more than 30 sales.
Units and apartments also increased in price over the December quarter in Melbourne, rising 3.0 per cent to $563,500.
REIV President, Joseph Walton, said the latest quarterly figures indicate strength in the Victorian market.
“It was a very strong closing quarter with the number of sales increasing, along with solid price results.
“Transaction numbers in the inner and middle suburbs of Melbourne were up more than 20 per cent from the September quarter,” he said.
Mr Walton added that the market continues to display strength leading into 2017.
“The ongoing interest from investors and homebuyers in the Victorian market looks likely to continue well into this year,” he said.
“It is clearly an excellent time to sell, given this level of interest and buyer demand. It continues to drive price growth and high clearance rates,” he said.
December Quarter 2016 Metropolitan Median Prices
*All quarterly median prices are seasonally adjusted and quarterly. Annual change is based on rolling annual figures.
Metropolitan Median Prices Over Time
The graph below depicts median house and unit prices in Melbourne over the past decade in seasonally adjusted terms.
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