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Based on its average 5-year and quarterly capital gains NEWCASTLE EAST, 2300 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 NEWCASTLE EAST, 2300 obtained a 11.57% growth over a ten-year period. It ranks 3638th on our list of suburbs that property investors should look into.
NEWCASTLE EAST, 2300 in NSW belongs to the local government area of Newcastle (C).
Figures from the previous quarter show that capital gains for real estate buyers in NEWCASTLE EAST are low, as opposed to average gains per annum over the past five years.
Newcastle East is a suburb situated east of the Newcastle central business district. It is hailed as the birthplace of Newcastle and the rest of the Hunter Region, famous for its stunning beaches, bushlands and orchards.
Newcastle East has a rich Aboriginal and colonial history dating back to the late 1700s. It was primarily established as a penal colony, before it morphed into a coal mining and timber town. The 1800s was a period of infrastructure boom, which saw the installation of many of the heritage buildings and public landmarks. A number of these historical landmarks, such as the Christ Church Cathedral, the Customs House and the Newcastle Court House, still stand today.
Though widely known as a designated industrial area and dockyard, Newcastle East is on the brink of a major transformation as the urban sprawl makes its way to its shores. Newcastle’s real estate market is booming, on the back of the NSW government’s efforts to revitalise the suburb, with new developments permeating its neighbourhoods.
Newcastle East is also the site of redevelopments that involve the refurbishment of a couple of old apartment blocks and hotels. Houses for sale in the Newcastle East area are undoubtedly affordable, compared with Sydney. The price of harbourfront properties are on the rise, however, and realtors encourage buyers to strike while the iron is hot.
|KEY PROPERTY DATA REPORT||HOUSE||UNIT|
|Median 12 month||N/A||N/A|
|Median 3 years||N/A||-2.72%|
|Median 5 years||24.11%||9.65%|
|10 years average annual||11.57%||9.52%|
|Weekly media advert. rent||N/A||$630|
|Time on Market||0.0 days||0.0 days|
|Gross Rental Yield Percent||N/A||2.62%|