The consumer price index (CPI) for June 2017 was released earlier this week showed that over the quarter headline inflation was recorded at 0.2% which took inflation to just 1.9% over the year to June 2017.  Although annual headline CPI was temporarily within the Reserve Bank (RBA) target range of 2% to 3% over the March 2017, it has been below target for 10 of the past 11 quarters. Adjusting dwelling value growth for inflation provides valuable insight into the housing market’s performance

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Since 2008, only Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra have seen ‘real’ growth in dwelling values

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