Regions with the highest average home equity

Regions with the highest average home equity
Regions with the highest average home equity

The regions with the highest average home equity are centred around the premium priced suburbs of Sydney, according to research by Aussie Home Loans.

The lowest average home equity can be found in Queensland locations synonymous with the mining and resources sector.

Sydney’s council regions dominate the list of highest average home equity across the council areas of the nation. The largest accumulation of home equity in percentage terms can be found within the Hunters Hill council area with an average level of 72.3%.

Only two council areas within the top 20 list of highest equity council areas have a median house value that is below one million dollars: Whitehorse in Melbourne ($976,409) and Bankstown in Sydney ($854,094).

The lowest average levels of home equity can be found around the regional areas of Queensland, with the coal mining region of Isaac recording the nation’s lowest level of home equity. The typical equity level in Isaac is a low 8.5% which can be attributed to a substantial fall in local dwelling values as well as the high proportion of investors in the region.

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Regions with the highest average home equity

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