THE PROPERTY MARKET ON THE BEACHES

words by: tara wesson // photography by: lj hooker dee why

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The Northern Beaches is currently one Sydney’s best performing regions. Strong levels of buyer demand, as evidenced by elevated auction clearance rates, combined with a distinct lack of properties on the market for sale has seen competition between buyers heat up, leading to some significant capital growth over the past two years.

MEDIAN PRICES
The average median house sales price is $2.05 million. This ranges from $895,000 on Scotland Island to $3.85 million at Whale Beach. The average median unit sales price is $957,000. This ranges from $450,000 in Belrose to $1.30 million in Seaforth.

TRANSACTIONS
The suburb with the most house sales, over the past 12 months, was Avalon with 167 transactions and a median house sales price of $1.64 million. In addition, Avalon also had 94 unit sales at a median unit sales price of $786,100. Dee Why saw the unit sales take place over the past 12 months with 529 transactions at a median sales price of $796,000.

PRICE GROWTH
Church Point achieved the highest median house price growth, over the past 12 months, up 36.7% and now has a median house sales price of $2.475 million. Over the past year, Queenscliff had the highest unit sale price growth, up 25.1% and now has a median unit sales price of $1.04 million.

RENTS
Properties on the Northern Beaches are also in high demand from tenants. Balgowlah Heights currently has the most expensive house rents, at $1,550 per week. While Scotland Island has the most affordable at $550 per week. Manly currently has the highest median unit rents at $750 per week, while Dee Why has the most affordable at $550 per week.

RENTAL YIELDS
The suburb with the best house rental yield is Fairlight which currently has a median gross rental yield of 3.33%. The highest rental yield for units is Brookvale which has a median gross rental yield of 5.02% and a median price of $570,000.

*Data prepared by LJ Hooker using CoreLogic total market data


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