Australian House Prices 2003 to 2015: Sydney and NSW

Houses in Sydney rose in value by about 75% between 2003 and 2015
Average incomes during this same period rose by about 60%

Australian House Prices 2010 to 2015
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Changes in Australian Median House Prices 2003 to 2015 for Sydney and NSW

Median Price of Established House Transfers in New South Wales

 Sydney   Rest of NSW 
Dec-2003  $         520,000  $         255,000
Dec-2004  $         515,000  $         278,000
Dec-2005  $         500,000  $         285,000
Dec-2006  $         500,000  $         290,000
Dec-2007  $         540,000  $         310,000
Dec-2008  $         468,000  $         290,000
Dec-2009  $         595,000  $         340,000
Dec-2010  $         620,000  $         340,000
Dec-2011  $         533,000  $         330,000
Dec-2012  $         640,000  $         360,000
Dec-2013  $         745,000  $         370,000
Dec-2014  $         838,000  $         385,000
Dec-2015  $         910,000  $         405,000

Median Price of Attached Dwelling Transfers in New South Wales

 

 Sydney   Rest of NSW 
Dec-2003  $         387,000  $         250,000
Dec-2004  $         390,000  $         265,000
Dec-2005  $         383,000  $         270,000
Dec-2006  $         393,100  $         277,000
Dec-2007  $         410,000  $         292,000
Dec-2008  $         373,000  $         280,000
Dec-2009  $         450,000  $         310,000
Dec-2010  $         487,600  $         305,000
Dec-2011  $         460,000  $         297,000
Dec-2012  $         525,000  $         308,500
Dec-2013  $         565,000  $         320,000
Dec-2014  $         615,000  $         320,000
Dec-2015  $         685,000  $         345,000

Source:

ABS 6416.0 – Residential Property Price Indexes: Eight Capital Cities, Dec 2015

Sydney property prices are based on the Greater Sydney area with a population of about 4,921,000 and covering an area of 12,367.7 km2 (4,775.2 sq miles).
Population Density of Sydney is about 1,030 people per sq mile.

NSW has a population of about 7,565,500 and a land area of 800,642 km² (309,130 sq miles).
Population Density of NSW is about 24 people per sq mile.

About 65% of the NSW population live in its Capital City, Sydney.



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