We're streets ahead
LODDON towns are leading Victoria in house price increases, according to data released last week.
The Calder corridor has driven the jump in Loddon Shire average prices from $202,500 in March 2021 to $332,500 a year later.
The 64.2 per cent increase in the highest in Victoria over the last 12 months.
Next closest is Warrnambool where house prices rose 39.6 per cent to an average of $610,000.
Central Goldfields Shire saw an increase of 30 per cent closely followed by Northern Grampians half a percent behind and Greater Bendigo 27.8 per cent.
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