A newly-built home in a new housing development in a north-western suburb of Sydney up for sale on August 2, 2006. Photo: ReutersA newly-built home in a new housing development in a north-western suburb of Sydney up for sale on August 2, 2006. Photo: Reuters
A newly-built home in a new housing development in a north-western suburb of Sydney up for sale on August 2, 2006. Photo: Reuters

Australia’s home market runs red hot as February residential property prices sets records in no fewer than five cities

  • Data by property consultant CoreLogic out on Monday showed home prices across Australia rose 1.1 per cent in February, from January when they added 0.9 per cent
  • Gains for the 12 months to February rose to 641 per cent

Topic |   International Property
A newly-built home in a new housing development in a north-western suburb of Sydney up for sale on August 2, 2006. Photo: ReutersA newly-built home in a new housing development in a north-western suburb of Sydney up for sale on August 2, 2006. Photo: Reuters
A newly-built home in a new housing development in a north-western suburb of Sydney up for sale on August 2, 2006. Photo: Reuters
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