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Over the 2014-15 financial year vacant land selling prices have continued to rise across the combined capital cities. Meanwhile, vacant land prices have actually fallen over the year in regional markets.

Over the 2014-15 financial year vacant land selling prices have continued to rise across the combined capital cities. Meanwhile, vacant land prices have actually fallen over the year in regional markets.

Data based on settled sales over the 2014-15 financial years shows that vacant land selling prices have increased by 6.0% across the combined capital cities. While capital city land prices are increasing, across the combined regional markets land prices have fallen by -3.4% over the year.

As at June 2015, the median selling price of…



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