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Australia’s top growth suburbs revealed



Your Investment Property has released its Special Report “143 Hottest Suburbs in Australia” — an in-depth guide to the top areas for investors to achieve optimum capital growth across the country.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, it was a Sydney suburb that topped the list: houses in the NSW suburb of Harrington Park showed the strongest growth, followed by those in the Victorian suburb of Braybrook.

These two suburbs topped the list, providing property investors with strong returns that averaged more than 12% per year over the last two decades.

When it comes to choosing an investment property, buy-and-hold tends to be the tried and true strategy to build lasting wealth. With Your Investment Property magazine’s new report, which uses real-life data prepared by CoreLogic, investors can back up their investment decisions with hard data.

The report showcases the hottest suburbs in each Australian state and territory – these are suburbs that have performed well above average and delivered real wealth to property owners over the last two decades.

“There are plenty of suburbs that you’d expect to see on a report like this, but there are also more than a few surprises,” said editor of Your Investment Property magazine, Sarah Megginson.

“We hope it inspires our readers to look beyond the headlines to see that real estate as an asset class can really deliver the goods over the long-term – provided you do your due diligence and buy in the highest quality areas.”

Narrowed down from thousands of suburbs across the country, Your Investment Property’s 143 Hottest Suburbs report is the smart investor’s guide to the suburbs Australia-wide that have outperformed over the last two decades.

Read the full report in Your Investment Property issue 134, out now.

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Your Investment Property (YIP), published by Key Media, is the leading publication for property investors in Australia. Each issue contains exclusive research data and commentary from Australia’s most respected property researchers and organisations and covers a range of topics such as hot spots, experts’ tips, market reports and investment strategies.

For more information or to arrange an interview with Sarah Megginson, email YIP Marketing Manager Michelle Lam on michelle.lam@keymedia.com.