Property prices in Australian capital cities up by almost 11% year on year

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Property prices in capital cities in Australia increased by 1.4% in December and by 10.9% year on year, the highest annual growth since 2009, the latest index figures show. But there is considerable variation with annual prices rising by 15.5% in Sydney but falling 4.3% in Perth while Melbourne and Hobart recorded gains higher than […] The post Property prices in Australian capital cities up by almost 11% year on year appeared first on PropertyWire . Taylor Scott International

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