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Killcare Heights

 

 

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Killcare heights

Suburb Profile

Killcare Heights - FREE SUBURB PROFILE REPORT
POSTAL CODE: NSW,2257

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A steady increase in median property prices over a five-year period in the suburb translates to a 44.14% capital gain.

It also delivered a stronger performance in contrast to other Australian suburbs in terms of appreciation of property value.Investors saw the median home price rise to $1,186,250

The augmented property values in the suburb are trailing behind the territorial average of 0.59% in 2016.

On the other hand, based on current median home prices for the suburb, Real estate investors could earn a rental income of $710.

Home owners selling their properties and realtors in KILLCARE HEIGHTS usually have to wait an average of 89.5 days days before their assets are lifted off the market.

The NSW suburb ranks 874th on the list of best yielding suburbs for rental properties in NSW, posting a 3.11% return.

It also places places 1305th in Australia based on median property value growth during the quarter.

Data report can be found below

KEY PROPERTY DATA REPORT HOUSE UNIT
Median Price $1,186,250 N/A
GROWTH REPORT
Median Quarterly -12.13% N/A
Median 12 month -6.59% N/A
Median 3 years 44.14% N/A
Median 5 years 76.79% N/A
10 years average annual 12.78% N/A
Weekly media advert. rent $710 N/A
Time on Market 89.5 days N/A
Gross Rental Yield Percent 3.11% N/A
demographics (median values)
Total Population
586
Weekly Household Income
1260
Household Size
2.60
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