Maximum House Price
The following graphs show the maximum house prices per month for 2011/12 and 2012/13. The information is displayed for metropolitan, country and state. Please note that the information for the current financial year may not be complete (red bars) due to the inclusion of recent property sales that have not yet settled. Please read in conjunction with the respective PDF.
The maximum house price constitutes the highest value in a ranked data set.
To view complete data set, please download the PDF provided (to download Adobe Acrobat, please click here
Data is also available on maximum house prices for previous years. To view, please click on the link provided below each graph.
Disclaimer - Due to settlement processes, many contracts of sale occurring in the last 2 months or more may not yet be registered and therefore are not included in this analysis.
Sale data has been adjusted where possible to exclude multi-lot transfers, and property transfers that may not represent a genuine sale (non arms-length) such as those between related parties (common vendor and purchaser, unusually low selling price), transfers involving institutional bodies, and where no buyer or seller is identified.
This information is based on the analysis of actual sales records and is intended only as an indicator of trends in real estate. Although we believe them to be accurate, neither the Valuer-General nor any persons involved in the preparation of this information give any warranty as to the content or accept liability for errors or omissions or any contractual or other liability for any loss or damage suffered as a result of any person acting upon or using the information in this respect. If evidence is required for legal, professional services, or will be relied upon in making property purchase or related decision, a formal search of source documents such as Certificate of Title, Local Government Zonings, Title transfers, etc is required.
In accordance with standard practice, approval is required from the Valuer-General to reproduce or publish any findings for commercial purposes. If any findings are to be referred to in a report, adequate sourcing of the information should be made.