The boom is not over yet: 10 regions positioned for further growth
While housing values in Sydney and Melbourne are declining, an expert has highlighted that there are markets across the ...
The value of land in New South Wales increased by a staggering 11 per cent to exceed $1.12 trillion in 2014, with one suburb overtaking wealthy Mosman to become the state's most expensive suburb.
Woollahra has become the suburb with the highest median residential land value of $1.4 million – a 13.8 per cent increase from 2013.
Willoughby recorded the biggest median increase, with average land values up a whopping 37 per cent, from $788,000 to $1.08 million in the past year.
Many of the rises have been linked to new infrastructure projects, including the North West Rail Link, which is due for completion in 2019.
“In the last 12 months or so the NSW property market has kicked on pretty strongly,” said NSW valuer-general Simon Gilkes.
“Seeing places like the Hills Shire in the list, that is at least partly due to the development of the rail link which will make that area much more accessible.”