With a vast majority of homes sold in the last financial year now settled, it is possible to calculate some of the key numbers in the Melbourne property market.
- Suburbs with the lowest number of house sales: Narre Warren East, Gilderoy, Sherbrooke, Tremont and Gruyere. Each only recorded one sale
- Suburbs with the biggest spend by house buyers; Brighton ($805m), Glen Waverly ($613m), Kew ($592m), Toorak ($576m) and Balwyn North ($502m)
- Suburbs with the biggest spend by apartment buyers; Melbourne ($649m), Southbank ($378m), South Yarra ($353m), Docklands ($346m) and Brighton ($307m)
- Suburb with the most house sales over $2m, Brighton with 147
- Suburbs with the largest house blocks sold; Park Orchards, Belgrave South, Kalorama, The Patch and Sassafras
- Suburbs with the largest increase in sale price for houses: Ashburton, Balwyn North, Fairfield, Kew East and Balwyn
- Municipalities with the largest increase in sale price for houses: Monash, Glen Eira, Manningham, Whitehorse and Yarra
- Municipalities with the least increase in sale price for houses: Hume, Cardinia, Mornington Peninsula, Nillumbik and Brimbank
- Suburbs with the least increase in median advertised rents for houses: Brighton, South Melbourne, Middle Park, Sandringham and Armadale
- Suburbs with the largest increase in median advertised rents for houses: Balwyn, Caulfield South, Fitzroy North, Beaumaris and Carlton
- Suburbs with the highest proportion of houses advertised for sale: Mount Eliza, Taylors Hill, Point Cook, Pakenham and Mount Martha
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