Best Performing Suburb on the Killcare Peninsula 2014FY

By Warwick Davis

Two weeks ago we looked at how the market performed the financial year just gone compared to the previous. Across the area as a whole the market was up 20.1% on a median basis and the average price rose 12.7%.

Drilling down into the individual areas gives sample sizes in some suburbs that are too small to be meaningful. For example the median price for Killcare Heights fell 8% whereas the average rose 8%. However it is clear that the best performing suburb was Hardys Bay. The median price rose 30% and the average 35%. It looks like “bayside” might be closing the gap on “beachside”.

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