Real Estate Project (Maths)

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I don't know if you can help me here or not, but I'll ask anyways. I've been given a Real Estate assignment where I had to compare the sale prices of properties of different suburbs and then compare them, with the Mean, Standard Deviations, Histograms, Boxplots, Outliersd, Distributions etc. Basically, I just have to compare them and comment on the graphs.

There's one question where it asks "Are there any limitations or weaknesses in this investigation and possible remedies?"
We were only supplied with the prices of houses sold in the year 2003, and that's it. Can you help me in anyway?

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