Incomes a step ahead in the property game

Australia's average house price-to-disposable income ratio is now at its lowest level since 2003 – not only due to rising disposable incomes but also a sharp fall in comparative mortgage costs.

This analysis is based on both 'average' and 'median' dwelling prices, calculated using all home sales recorded across the country during the March quarter. The quarterly income estimates are extracted from the ABS’s national accounts data, which publishes a regular 'disposable household income' aggregate. To translate this figure into a 'per household' unit, Rismark divides through by the number of households each quarter.


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