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Whyalla Stuart

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Whyalla Stuart - FREE SUBURB PROFILE REPORT
POSTAL CODE: SA,5608

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Property investments in WHYALLA STUART did not fare well against the rest of the country last year, registering a median home price decrease of 19.83%.

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

Based on its average 5-year and quarterly capital gains WHYALLA STUART, 5608 saw average growth in the long term.

Real estate investors could earn a rental income of $240 based on current median home prices for the suburb.

It is expected, nonetheless, for properties to spend some time on the market prior to a successful sale. homes and units usually stay on listing for an average of 183.0 days.

Besides that, the Australian suburb also delivered a weaker performance in contrast to other Australian suburbs in terms of appreciation of property value.

Property investors perceived the median home price rise to $173,750.

WHYALLA STUART ranks 16th on the list of best yielding suburbs for rental properties in SA, posting a 7.18% return.

Data report can be found below

KEY PROPERTY DATA REPORT HOUSE UNIT
Median Price $173,750 $71,500
GROWTH REPORT
Median Quarterly 19.83% -0.69%
Median 12 month 19.83% -15.88%
Median 3 years -30.5% -47.04%
Median 5 years -36.82% -47.04%
10 years average annual -2.6% -5.62%
Weekly media advert. rent $240 $132.5
Time on Market 183.0 days 89.1 days
Gross Rental Yield Percent 7.18% 9.64%
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Total Population
7111
Weekly Household Income
594.8
Household Size
2.30
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