Here are some amazing housing stats produced in interactive graphics by The Guardian.
While some data providers produce daily or monthly statistics for our housing markets, the Australian Bureau of Statistics only reports quarterly and their recently released figures confirm what others have already reported.
The Sydney and Melbourne property markets are going gangbusters, with Sydney house prices rising 18.9% in the 12 months to June 2015 – the biggest annual rise in Sydney in over a decade.
This has caused some to ask: How long can the housing market continue to boom when the economy itself does not?
Of course, in all the other capital cities there is barely a sign of housing life
Perth was the worst performer.
The impact of the end of the mining boom, average house prices in that city have not risen since March 2014.
The Guardian has produced some excellent interactive graphics for you to explore to better understand how fragmented our property markets are.
Source: The Guardian