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Cheap housing suburbs set to fly the coup as Gosford and Punchbowl prepare for record prices


Bargain hunters best be quick; Sydney’s cheapest suburbs are on the incline. Notoriously cut-rate areas like the Central Coast, Eagle Vale and Punchbowl are bracing for record steeps in home prices over the next 12 months. There has been a

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Original blog | Sydenham-Bankstown station precinct strategy


More than 2000 people have given their thoughts on the revised strategy to rejuvenate the 11 station precincts from Sydenham to Bankstown. Revitalising the precincts along the Sydenham to Bankstown corridor is part of a larger plan to grow Sydney

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Penrith skyline set to soar with plan for new towering apartments


Penrith councillors have endorsed a transformation of the existing Union Rd car park in a plan that includes six new lofty apartment towers. The tallest of the apartments is set to stand at 34 storeys and 110 metres high. Along

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Higher rent prices driven by strong commercial demand


Commercial real estate agents have set rent prices at 2.5% higher than three months ago, it has been reported. According to The Commercial Property Guide, the growth can be attributed to financial services and information technology business expansion. While Sydney

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Wollongong pips Sydney to become fastest growing housing market in the country


The Illawarra region has continued its recent dominance on the property market, as Wollongong recorded the biggest jump in house prices across the country over the last 12 months. House prices in the area skyrocketed by 16 per cent and

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Original blog | NSW Councils to be stripped of development application jurisdiction for applications over $5M


Local councils across Sydney and Wollongong will lose the power to consider development applications worth $5 million or more under new rules mandating Independent Hearing and Planning Panels (IHAPs). It is reported that the move to implement compulsory IHAPs is

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Macquarie mega-lot may make more millionaires

Macquarie mega-lot may make more millionaires

A “mega-lot” has been offered at Macquarie Park in Sydney’s north, following the lead of an adjoining block that generated close to $80 million last month and made owners instant millionaires. The SMH reports that neighbours at 12-14 Lachlan Avenue

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Chinese foreign investment drops 69%; Singapore takes over as biggest investor in Australian property

Singapore takes over as biggest investor in Australian property

While capital inflow from China to Australian property is slackening, Singapore has emerged as the country’s largest foreign investor. The SMH reports that, compared with the first half of last calendar year, Chinese investment in Australian real estate fell 69

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Parramatta’s makeover continues with Auto Alley upgrade

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Parramatta’s stunning revamp into one of Sydney’s leading cities is set to continue, with a $225 million mixed-use project to refurbish the neglected former Auto Alley in Church Street given the go-ahead, the SMH reports. The project is part of an

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Darlinghurst’s character evolves, housing prices soar following gentrification

Darlinghurst’s character evolves, housing prices soar following gentrification

Once regarded as Sydney’s forbidden suburb following its reputation as a prostitution and drug haven, Darlinghurst has been reinvented as a metropolitan hotspot perfect for young professionals and urbane older couples. With intense gentrification of the area occurring at the

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