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The last data on Perth housing for 2016 indicated the market could be rebounding. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Housing market builds on year-end momentum

Perth’s housing market continued to show life to round out 2016, with median house prices posting their first quarterly increase since April last year, according to property analytics firm CoreLogic.

CoreLogic today reported that Perth’s median house price rose 1.4 per cent in December to $425,000, contributing to a quarterly gain of 2.8 per cent.

That was the best quarterly result since April 2015, when CoreLogic reported a 0.5 per cent rise in Perth’s median dwelling price.

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