CoreLogic reported its October dwelling prices today, which you'll no doubt read about elsewhere.
Capital city dwelling prices rose by +7.5 per cent over the year to October.
The strong gains were driven by Sydney, where dwelling prices were up +2.9 per cent for the quarter to be +10.6 per cent higher than one year ago.
On the other hand dwelling prices in 'Rest of State' areas were down over the past year in real terms.
In Brisbane, dwelling prices were up by 4.1 per cent over the year to October.
Prices were down over the quarter in Adelaide and Hobart, which looks a bit unusual to be honest, especially in Hobart's case, although prices were up moderately over the year in both cases.
Canberra house prices surged +5.9 per cent over the last three months, according to CoreLogic, which is not the kind of market higher land taxes were supposed to engender.