Data released at the end of 2016 by researcher CoreLogic, shows which Brisbane suburbs have recorded the greatest 12 month change in median values.
The data, which goes up to September 2016, only includes suburbs that had at least 10 sales during the time period.
East Brisbane comes in first on the list, with the largest 12 month change in median values for houses, up 14.7 per cent, followed by Highgate Hill (up 13.6 per cent), Seven Hills (up 13.3 per cent), Darra (up 12.8 per cent) and West End (up 12.3 per cent).
The median house price in East Brisbane was $830,629, based on 93 sales over the 12 month period.
The report, which also includes unit data, showed Woody Point and Capalaba delivering the best growth in unit value over 12 months, with median prices up 10.2 per cent in both suburbs over the 12 months to September.
Kedron came in third place for unit growth (up 9.4 per cent), followed by Browns Plains (up 8.7 per cent), and Beenleigh (7.8 per cent).
Original article provided by realestate.com.au.