Dictionary, Census of Population, 2016
Value (owner estimated)
'Value (owner estimated)' refers to the dollar amount expected by the owner if the asset were to be sold.
In the context of dwelling, it refers to the value of the entire dwelling, including the value of the land it is on and of any other structure, such as a garage, which is on the property. If the dwelling is located in a building which contains several dwellings, or a combination of residential and business premises, all of which the household owns, the value is estimated as a portion of the market value that applies only to the dwelling in which the household resides.
2016 (25% sample); 2011Note 1 (30% sample); 2006, 2001, 1996, 1991, 1986 and 1981 (20% sample). For availability prior to 1981, refer to Appendix 2.0.
Owner-occupied non-farm private dwellings
Direct variable: Question F10d)
Since 1986, the variable 'value of dwelling' refers to non-reserve dwellings only. This is consistent with changes introduced that year to the 'tenure' classification of dwellings on reserves. See also the tenure definition.
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