Newcastle City Council, NSW


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Suburbs included in this report: Cooks Hill 2300 NSW, Elermore Vale 2287 NSW, Fletcher 2287 NSW, Adamstown 2289 NSW, Georgetown 2298 NSW, Hamilton 2303 NSW, Hamilton East 2303 NSW, Hamilton North 2292 NSW, Hamilton South 2303 NSW, Bar Beach 2300 NSW, Hexham 2322 NSW, Islington 2296 NSW, Jesmond 2299 NSW, Kotara 2289 NSW, Lambton 2299 NSW, Maryland 2287 NSW, Maryville 2293 NSW, Mayfield 2304 NSW, Mayfield East 2304 NSW, Mayfield West 2304 NSW, Merewether 2291 NSW, Merewether Heights 2291 NSW, Minmi 2287 NSW, New Lambton 2305 NSW, Newcastle 2300 NSW, Newcastle East 2300 NSW, Newcastle West 2302 NSW, Beresfield 2322 NSW, North Lambton 2299 NSW, Shortland 2307 NSW, Stockton 2295 NSW, Birmingham Gardens 2287 NSW, Tarro 2322 NSW, The Hill 2300 NSW, The Junction 2291 NSW, Tighes Hill 2297 NSW, Wallsend 2287 NSW, Warabrook 2304 NSW, Waratah 2298 NSW, Waratah West 2298 NSW, Wickham 2293 NSW, Broadmeadow 2292 NSW, Carrington 2294 NSW

 

3 thoughts on “Newcastle City Council, NSW”

  1. Are you a real estate professional with an extensive knowledge of the Newcastle property market? Our members would love to hear from you! What is the market outlook for Newcastle LGA from your point of view? Share your insights in a comment below.

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  2. Is Newcastle CBD a good investment location on the rebound?

    Units are the most common dwelling style dominating Newcastle City along with a variety of older & newer semi-detached dwellings. 46% of dwellings in the area are units. 22% semi-detached 16% are Houses, and 15% other/commercial.

    However, suburbs 5 minutes outside the city like Kotara or New Lambton Houses are the most common form of dwelling and offer great value.

    Age mix for the area is 0 to 29 yo 33%, 30 to 49 yo is 26%, 50 & above is 30% so it’s a very attractive suburb for families and retirees.

    Newcastle experienced market growth of around 26.5% from February 2016 to January 2020.

    Price growth in recent years has been big in Newcastle with prices increasing 36% in the four years to now for houses and 17.4% for units. Only 0.69% of properties in the suburb are currently on the market with an average time of 33 days on the market.

    Units vary significantly depending on the age of the building number in the block and proximity to amenities and views. Median unit price is $663,000 in Newcastle.

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    • I wouldn’t be investing in units there are many high rise projects being completed which will mean an oversupply. Established houses with decent yard size in landlocked inner city suburbs such as Lambton you mentioned, Broadmeadow, Adamstown, Hamilton, Georgetown, etc are good buys regardless of timing but Merewether is the best, most expensive suburb by the beach.

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