Sydney's Hunters Hill tops 12-month change in median values: CoreLogic

Sydney's Hunters Hill tops 12-month change in median values: CoreLogic
Sydney's Hunters Hill tops 12-month change in median values: CoreLogic

Hunters Hill in Sydney's North Shore led the country in the biggest change in median values for units in 2016, according to the latest CoreLogic report.

The top 10 list for 12-month change in median values in CoreLogic's Best of the Best 2016 report was dominated by Sydney suburbs. The report's data was for the 12 months up to September 2016. 

Hunters Hill topped the list with a median value change of 45.8 percent over 12 months and a median value of $1.16 million. The suburb saw 52 units sold during the period.

Fairlight in Manly and Point Piper in Woollahra, also in Sydney, were in second and third place respectively. However, the 12-month change in Fairlight was 31.5 percent, making it a distant second to Hunters Hill.

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Sydney's Hunters Hill tops 12-month change in median values: CoreLogic

Property Observer looked up some sales around the median price.

A two-bedroom unit at 14/64 Gladesville Road Hunters Hill, NSW, 2110 sold in September 2016 for $1.25 million, according to RP Data. It was on the market for 59 days. The selling agency was First National. It had previously changed hands late in 2013 for $840,000, meaning a 48 percent change in median value in nearly three years.

 Sydney's Hunters Hill tops 12-month change in median values: CoreLogic

A two-bedroom unit at 213/64 Gladesville Road Hunters Hill, NSW, 2110 sold in July 2016 for $1,040,000. The unit changed hands just a year earlier in 2015 for $805,000, which implies a percentage change in value of 29 percent, which is still below the average 12-month change.

Sydney's Hunters Hill tops 12-month change in median values: CoreLogic

 

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