Canberra market's modest growth in 2017 is set to be repeated, despite potential volatility in other parts of the country, property analysts have said.
Canberra ended 2017 on a high for the property market with dwelling values up one per cent over the final quarter of the year, according to CoreLogic.
Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide added 0.1 per cent in the week just ended, while Brisbane was flat and Sydney down.
Sydney's median house price fell below $1 million at the end of November and experts believe the numbers will continue to fall.
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Melbourne was the only capital city to record a weekend auction success rate of more than 70 per cent, continuing its sparkling performance.