I usually use domain.com to get median prices. Domain.com get their data from the land office which is a good place to get real sales data from. However the REIV gets their data from sales reported by realestate agents. :: REIV - The Real Estate Institute of Victoria Ltd. :: I had a look at their figures and they are crazy. B All these suburbs are up 20-50% over the last 12 months. Are these real gains or just pumped up realestate agent figures designed to get buyers in the market to up their bids for property? If you compare the same suburbs in domain.com, they are completely different to the REIV figures. Domain.com is showing upwards of 25% gains in the same suburbs showing 50-90% gains via REIV. What I suspect is the method the REIV use is flawed. They publish figures based on agent reported sales. Now we all know how Realestate agents work. I'm sure they would think to them selves "We report only how higher priced sales, and we will skew the medium price published by REIV thus making buyers panic and pay more for property" Am I on the money here or am I way out?