Victorian Median House Prices 1997-2008

Victorian Median House Prices 1997 to 2008, (in link form), courtesy from Heraldsun newspaper, I think published around July 2008, and is via Victorian Valuer-General Valuations, for the decade, '97-07: house prices by suburb.pdf

Towns, suburbs and cities...


More extensive/other time frame data/graph source:

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hi all,

does anyone have a softcopy of the listing please? link has gone down



Ben, will PM you what I have. I can do this now, (I think), we now have wireless. A shame, the link appears to have finally d-i-e-d.