|Unit||2011-2012=100 Index, SA|
|Building Completions||2019 Q3||29,703,570||29,849,766||Ths. Ch. AUD, SA||Quarterly|
|House Price Value||2019 Q3||526,513||522,360||AUD, NSA||Quarterly|
|Non-residential Building Completions||2019 Q3||11,435,070||10,997,510||Ths. Ch. AUD, SA||Quarterly|
|Residential Building Completions||2019 Q3||16,051,865||16,633,059||Ths. Ch. AUD, SA||Quarterly|
|Residential Building Permits||Sep 2019||14,004||13,018||#, SA||Monthly|
|House Price Index||2019 Q2||137.66||139.69||2011-2012=100 Index, SA||Quarterly|
|Housing Starts||2019 Q2||25,513||28,518||#, SA||Quarterly|
|Residential Housing Starts||2019 Q2||20,362||16,823||#, SA||Quarterly|
In Australia, House Price Indices statistics are compiled by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
This dataset provides estimates of changes in house prices for each of the eight capital cities of Australia. The suite of Residential Property Price Indexes:
The RPPI is calculated on the reference base 2011-12 = 100.0 for each of the eight capital cities as well as a weighted average of them. The capital city indexes measure price movements over time within the eight Greater Capital City Statistical Areas (GCCSAs).
The HPI measures the price change in all established detached houses on their own block of land
The ADPI measures the price change of attached dwellings within the eight GCCSAs. Dwellings in scope of the index are:
The data is updated monthly.
The ABS employs a stratification approach to compile the RPPIs. The stratification approach separates the total sample of residential properties into a number of sub-samples or strata. Dwelling transactions are stratified by dwelling type, long term median price and Socio-economic Index for Areas score. Each quarter, the strata are re-valued by applying a price relative (i.e. the current period median price of the stratum compared to the previous period median price of the same stratum) to the value of the dwelling stock for that stratum to produce a current period stratum value. The current period values of each stratum are then summed to derive the current value of the total dwelling stock in the capital city. Index numbers are subsequently derived from the total values.
Estimates for the two most recent quarters of the established house price index series are preliminary and are subject to revision
The price indexes, and therefore the percentage changes, for the two most recent quarters are subject to revision as more complete data sets are obtained.
For further explanatory notes, please go to:
The suite of Residential Property Price Indexes (from now on referred to collectively as 'the indexes') is:A Residential Property Price Index (RPPI);An Established House Price Index (HPI); andAn Attached Dwellings Price Index (ADPI).
The HPI measures the price change in all established detached houses on their own block of land and is compiled for the eight GCCSAs. Index numbers and percentage changes for the HPI are presented in Table 2