RH ASHFIELD Monthly Property Newsletter 2017



Latest housing forecasts by research group BIS Oxford Economics reveal that Sydney home prices have peaked and will drop roughly 5 per cent over the next two years before inching up the year after.


This would mean today’s median-priced $1.2 million house would drop about $60,000 in value over the two years before    recovering $10,000 to be worth $1.15 million in 2020.


While the peak in the Sydney market was driven by investors, the crackdown in the lending environment now has meant home buyers will move from "investor prices" to "owner-occupied" prices.


On the flipside, SQM Research director Louis Christopher still sees a great opportunity for first home buyers. Suburbs where    typical prices were under $650,000 are properties first-homebuyers will be able to purchase without paying stamp duty.



While we spring forward into Daylight Savings, now is a timely reminder to change your smoke alarm batteries and help save lives.  Pass it on to your family, neighbours and friends, too!


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Recent Sales 

5/26 pembroke Street, Ashfield $981,000

68 Constitution Road, Dulwich Hill $965,000

6 John Street, Ashfield  $2,400,000

14 Russell Street, Denistone East  $1,575,000

608/17 The Esplanade, Ashfield  $774,000

1/33 Gordon Street, Burwood  $810,000 

54 Ken Tubman Drive, Maitland $1,162,000

33 Wearne Street, Canterbury $1,190,000

3 Ormond Street, Ashfield $3,825,000

5 Ormond Street, Ashfield $3,825,000











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