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Australia Housing Index

Last Release
Dec 31, 2021
Actual
183.9
Units In
%
Previous
175.6
Frequency
Quarterly
Next Release
N/A
Time to Release
N/A
Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
183.9
Dec 2021
69
Sep 2003
111.32 %2003-2021Australian Bureau of Statistics
In Australia, House Price Index measures weighted average of price movements for residential properties for eight capital cities: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart, Darwin and Perth. Residential properties are defined as detached residential dwellings on their own block of land regardless of age. .

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The house price index in Australia rose by 6.7% qoq in Q2 2021, faster than a 5.4% growth in Q1 and above market consensus of 6%. This was the steepest pace of increase in residential property prices since the series began in Q3 2003, amid a record low of interest rates and as the most recent COVID-19 shutdown in Sydney did not have a noticeable impact. All capital cities recorded higher prices: Canberra (8.2% vs 5.6% in Q1) posted the largest quarterly rise since the start of the series, Sydney (8.1% vs 6.1%) saw the biggest gain since Q2 2015 and the second largest in the series, Hobart (6.3% vs 6.1%) had the steepest rise since Q4 2003, Melbourne (6.1% vs 5.1%) reported the fastest growth since Q4 2009, Brisbane (5.7% vs 4%) gained the most since Q2 2007, and Adelaide (5.3% vs 4%) rose at the strongest rate since Q4 2007. Through the year to the Q2 quarter, house prices jumped 16.8%.

Australia Housing Index History

Last 12 readings

Australia Housing Indicators

All Australia indicators
Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Building Permits
-17.2
Jul 2022
-0.6
Jun 2022
-27.9
Jan 2022
43.5
Feb 2022
%Monthly1983-2022
Construction Output
-3.8
Jun 2022
-0.3
Mar 2022
-18.9
Sep 2000
17.9
Sep 2017
%Quarterly1986-2022
Construction PMI
47.9
Aug 2022
45.3
Jul 2022
21.6
Apr 2020
61.8
Mar 2021
PointsMonthly2005-2022
Home Loans
19,053.6
Jul 2022
20,497
Jun 2022
5,986.3
Aug 2002
23,437.4
May 2021
AUD MillionMonthly2002-2022
Home Ownership Rate
66.2
Dec 2018
67.5
Dec 2016
66.2
Dec 2018
71.4
Dec 1966
%Yearly1966-2018
House Price Index MoM
4.7
Dec 2021
5
Sep 2021
-3
Mar 2019
6.7
Jun 2021
N/A2003-2021
House Price Index YoY
23.7
Dec 2021
21.7
Sep 2021
-7.4
Mar 2019
23.7
Dec 2021
N/A2004-2021
Housing Index
183.9
Dec 2021
175.6
Sep 2021
69
Sep 2003
183.9
Dec 2021
%Quarterly2003-2021
Investment Lending for Homes
9,297.7
Jul 2022
10,475.9
Jun 2022
3,978.6
Jul 2002
11,640.4
Mar 2022
AUD MillionMonthly2002-2022
New Home Sales
4,124
Aug 2022
4,909
Jul 2022
3,647
May 2020
20,768
Mar 2001
UnitsMonthly1999-2022
private-house-approvals
0.7
Jul 2022
1.6
Jun 2022
-16.3
Jan 2022
16.5
Feb 2022
%Monthly2012-2022

Housing Index across Pacific

Housing Index global view
Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Australia
183.9
Dec 2021
175.6
Sep 2021
69
Sep 2003
183.9
Dec 2021
% Quarterly2003-2021
New Zealand
800,000
Aug 2022
810,000
Jul 2022
0.4
Mar 2016
925,000
Nov 2021
NZD Monthly1990-2022

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