Australian Property Forum

Total Property Listings

Postcode 2000

650
488
325
163
394944673816695






5547039851458117260834






1145766522691834






44236614545072






9149964577297289






85524312605900






45094371584589363






5983861799037097756343






25096130415






0094413030521635088






1690357572932156121






993313902091892






48226787492586322589






332937950501651492






06625545463953838900131






1379274834177469455






53620459456172491712






0122667455471042






0272755125442340499






14822556409443662


71082172027343908586519

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number of houses for sale
number of units for sale

source: SQM research.com.au

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Total Property Listings (Stock on market)

Stock on market is defined as the total number of residential properties (including land) advertised online during the month concerned. It will include those properties that have been advertised and then withdrawn for the month

All listings are taken from online monitoring of major listings sites. Only those properties with unique addresses or with a unique listing id are used. Those advertisements with no addresses are excluded from the series. Any addresses repeated between sites are de-duped.

As SQM Research relies upon online listings only for its stock on market index, some outer regional areas which solely rely on hard-copy advertisments for their listings may be under-represented.