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By Brett Warren

These are the top performing suburbs over the last 10 years

Want to know which suburbs exhibited the most capital growth over the last decade?

Recently the REA group complied the top 10 list and not surprisingly they were all in Sydney and Melbourne. Suburb

Leading the pack was the Sydney suburb of Tamarama where the median house price increased at an average of $300,000 a year for the past 10 years, increasing from $3.8 million in 2008 to $6.8m in 2018.

REA Group chief economist Nerida Conisbee told the Australian this is the result of a low turnover of property, minimal development and desirability.

Taking the number two spot was East Melbourne, 1.5km from the Melbourne CBD, where median house prices increased $289,000 a year between 2008 and 2018 from $1.26m to $4.15m.

Here’s the list of suburbs with the highest capital growth:

  1. Tamarama, NSW
  2. East Melbourne, Vic
  3. Logueville, NSW
  4. Bringelly, NSW
  5. Double Bay, NSW
  6. Toorak,Vic
  7. Rose Bay, NSW
  8. Coogee, NSW
  9. Bellvue Hill, NSW
  10. Wiloughby, NSW

This REA list looks at the dollar value growth rather than percentage capital growth and of course Melbourne and Sydney’s upper crust suburbs are tightly held, with little turnover but remain in strong demand by high net worth individuals who are prepared to pay to live there.  

While this list makes interesting reading, not all properties in these locations are what I’d call investment grade properties.

While a $4million dollar mansion in Coogee or Toorak would make a lovely home, they’re not likely to make a good investment property.

On the other hand, well located appropriately appointed apartments in these suburbs have performed well over the last decade and make excellent investments.

In fact in that time the team at Metropole have bought many apartments in suburbs like these:


Source: The Australian

About Brett Warren Brett Warren is National Director of Metropole Properties and uses his two decades of property investment experience to advise clients how to grow, protect and pass on their wealth through strategic property advice.
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