Property Victoria newsletter
Property Victoria is a regular property information publication produced by Land Victoria.
Each edition features different information to help build an authoritative and broad picture of property activity in Victoria.
Topics include statewide valuation information, median property sales prices and updates on new online property information services.
Distributed by email, Property Victoria provides much sought after property information to media outlets, property analysts, and other stakeholders.
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Property Victoria October 2012
Property Victoria October 2012 (accessible version)
Revaluation 2012 results
Property Victoria August 2012
Property Victoria August 2012 (accessible version)
Property market cools in 2011
Property Victoria October 2010
Property Victoria October 2010 (accessible version)
Revaluation 2010 results
Property Victoria June 2010
House prices steady in 2009
Property Victoria March 2010
Mid-priced houses abound in Melbourne
Property Victoria September 2009
Top-shelf property data released
Property Victoria June 2009
House prices steady in 2008
Property Victoria May 2009
Staying put by the seaside
Property Victoria March 2009
City apartment numbers boom
Property Victoria November 2008
Revaluation 2008 results
Property Victoria July 2008
House prices steady in 2007
Property Victoria September 2007
Victorian property prices - March 2007 quarter
Property Victoria August 2007
Mid-priced properties abound across Victoria
Property Victoria July 2007
Steady growth for Victoria's property prices in 2006
Property Victoria June 2007
Victoria's most affordable municipalities according to 2006 revaluation data
Property Victoria March 2007
Boroondara heads Victoria's million dollar properties list
Property Victoria September 2006
Revaluation 2006 results
Property Victoria August 2006
Improving online property services
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