Over the 12 months to May 2017, only 4.8% of all houses nationally actually sold highlighting just how little stock sells in a given 12 month period.
Across house sales over the past 12 months, Tasmania saw the highest proportion of stock turning over with 5.6% of all houses in the state selling. Conversely, Western Australia saw the lowest proportion of turnover with just 4.0% of all houses selling over the past year.
% of total houses sold by state,
12 months to May 2017
The low volume of housing stock which actually turns-over highlights why caution should be taken when looking at median sale prices. Because of the low sample a median is based off they can be biased.
This means that you get the 'real' valuation of your real estate with no hidden agendas.