Day on Day
Qtr on Qtr
Yr on Yr
|Note: Index values for Canberra, Hobart, Darwin and Brisbane excluding Gold Coast, can be found in Monthly Movements.
Qtr and Yr changes are rolling 3 & 12 month respectively.
Day-to-day movements in the daily CoreLogic Home Value Index can be impacted by a variety of factors including the flow of transaction data and market events. We urge caution in interpreting daily movements of the index and recommend utilising the daily series to update market trends rather than emphasising short term movements. Use of the daily CoreLogic Home Value Index is subject to the CoreLogic Disclaimers located at: https://www.corelogic.com.au/about-us/copyright-disclaimer.
CoreLogic has released a revised back series for Western Australia to stabilise some volatility in property attribute data. The data fix will be applied from October 1st 2021.
The patented CoreLogic Daily Home Value Index is part of the suite of housing market indices produced by CoreLogic. Since the launch of hedonic home value indices in 2007, CoreLogic established a new quality benchmark for accurately measuring value changes across the Australian housing market.
The CoreLogic Daily Home Value Index aims to measure daily movements in the value of Australian housing markets. Rather than relying solely on transacted sale prices to provide a measure of housing market conditions, the CoreLogic Daily Home Value Index is based on a ‘hedonic’ methodology which includes the attributes of properties that are transacting as part of the analysis. Understanding factors such as the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, the land area and the geographic context of the property allows for a much more accurate analysis of the true value of movements across specific housing markets. This method also allows for compositional change in consumer buying patterns when measuring capital gains.
The CoreLogic Daily Home Value Index provides daily capital growth measurements across three broad housing types: houses, units’ and a “combined dwellings” index that includes both houses and units. The index results are released daily for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane (including Gold Coast), Adelaide, Perth and the combined capitals, which is a composite of these cities. Historical back series are available on a subscription basis.
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Western Australian Data
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