|Figure 1 - Sydney Home Sale Price Distribution 2016 (all homes)|
|Figure 2 - Income and Home Sale Price Distribution|
|Figure 3 Sydney Home Sale Price Distribution 2011 and 2016|
|Figure 4. Low priced home distribution Sydney 2011 and 2016|
|Table 1 - Population density people per km2|
Figure 7 - London Home Sale Price Distribution 2016
|Figure 8 - Distribution of under median priced homes in selected cities and areas|
- Note 1 - Sydney Subdivisions: Inner Sydney includes suburbs within ten kilometers from CBD including central, eastern, southern and inner western suburbs (post codes 2000-2050 and 2203-2204) and Lower North Shore (post codes 2060-2069, and 2088-2090). Inner Sydney as defined here has area of 190km2 and population of around 690k. Urban Sydney area includes most of Sydney: Inner Sydney, rest of Inner West and North Shore, Western Sydney, Norther Beaches, Northwest areas including Hills District, South Western suburbs, St George and Sutherland Shire. Area of Urban Sydney is around 2800km2 with population of almost 4 million. Metro Sydney area includes Urban Sydney area as well as Outer Western Suburbs, parts of Hawkesbury (areas around Richmond and Windsor) and Macarthur region (areas around Campbelltown) excluding Wollondilly. Area of Metro Sydney is over 4000 km2 and population of 4.5 million. Almost all suburbs in outer Sydney Metro area are more than 50km from CBD with one way commuting times well in excess of one hour.N
- Note 2 - San Francisco subdivisions: Inner SF is defined here as SF city and county proper, Urban SF is defined as area of following counties: San Francisco, urban parts of Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara and small urban part of Contra Costa. Metro SF is defined as urban SF area plus city of Vallejo and some parts of Marin County (San Rafael and near surroundings). Metro SF as used here is smaller than comparable Sydney area and much smaller than commonly used San Francisco Bay Area (excludes non-urban parts of Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara, most of Solano and Marin counties and excludes Napa and Sonoma counties completely.
- Note 3 - New York subdivisions: Inner NY is defined here as Manhattan, Urban NY area is defined as NY City proper (5 boroughs - Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island), Metro NY includes Urban area plus Nassau, Westchester, Rockland, Bergen, Hudson, Union, Essex, Passaic, and Middlesex counties in states of NY and NJ. It has to be noted that both Urban and Metro NY areas used here are much more relatively smaller than comparable areas in Sydney. Urban NY city area as defined here (NYC) has density of over 10k per km2 and makes only one third of population of typically used wide NYC metro area. Compared to Urban Sydney with density of 1500 per km2 and 90% of population of total metro area. NY metro area used here (with population of 16 million) is much smaller than commonly used New York–Newark–Bridgeport, NY, NJ, CT, PA area with population of 24 million.
- Note 4 - London subdivisions:: Inner London is defined here as Inner London (as defined by London Government Act 1963) plus City of London. Urban London is defined here as Greater London (density 5.3k per km2) while Metro London is defined as London metropolitan area or sometimes called London commuter belt (including parts of Hertfordshire, Essex, Kent, Surrey, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire Counties) with population of over 14 million and density over 1500 per km2.