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Pymble

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Pymble

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POSTAL CODE: NSW,2073

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Based on its average 5-year and quarterly capital gains PYMBLE, 2073 saw average growth in the long term.

A survey of average capital gains or median home price increase in suburbs across the country shows that PYMBLE, 2073 obtained a 8.3% growth over a ten-year period. It ranks 382nd on our list of suburbs that property investors should look into.

PYMBLE, 2073 in NSW belongs to the local government area of Ku-ring-gai (A).

PYMBLE, 2073 has a capital gain of -0.27% for the past year, which is lower than average compared to its 59.57% growth within a five-year period.

With the median home price in PYMBLE sitting at $2,393,500, and the average rent at $1200, property owners could potentially earn a 2.61% increase in gross rental yield.

Figures from the previous quarter show that capital gains for real estate buyers in PYMBLE are low, as opposed to average gains per annum over the past five years.

Data report can be found below

KEY PROPERTY DATA REPORT HOUSE UNIT
Median Price $2,393,500 $870,000
GROWTH REPORT
Median Quarterly 2.29% -3.65%
Median 12 month -0.27% -4.4%
Median 3 years 16.76% 7.41%
Median 5 years 59.57% 33.85%
10 years average annual 8.3% 4.39%
Weekly media advert. rent $1200 $635
Time on Market 53.6 days 50.4 days
Gross Rental Yield Percent 2.61% 3.8%
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Total Population
9369
Weekly Household Income
2597
Household Size
3.10
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