Thursday, February 26, 2009

Best and Worst Suburbs in Perth for 2008

Suburbs have been recently compared for the year to October 2008, to come up with a list of best and worst performing suburbs in Perth by the median house price of houses sold. 

Here they are:

Best performing suburbs for houses in WA in 2008 were:

Applecross: 36 homes sold at a median price of $2,387,500 and annual growth of 40.44 per cent

Dongara: 10 homes sold at a median price of $516,500 and an annual growth rate up 38.66 per cent 

Coolbinia: 17 homes sold at a median price of $1,260,000 and an annual growth rate up 35.48 per cent 

South Hedland: 61 homes sold at a median price of $505,000 and an annual growth rate up 32.89 per cent 

Dampier: 16 homes sold at a median price of $905,000 and an annual growth rate up 29.29 per cent 

Chidlow: 17 homes sold at a median price of $540,000 and an annual growth rate up 28.96 per cent 

Banjup: 13 homes sold at a median price of $1,200,000 and an annual growth rate up 28.34 per cent 

Karawara: 12 homes sold at a median price of $736,500 and an annual growth rate up 28.09 per cent 

Baynton: 23 homes sold at a median price of $960,000 and an annual growth rate up 28.00 per cent 

East Fremantle: 34 homes sold at a median price of $1,204,000 and an annual growth rate up 26.07 per cent 


Worst performers 

Mount Barker: 15 homes sold at a median price of $200,000 and an annul growth rate down 28.25 per cent 

Abbey: 10 homes sold at a median price of $622,500 and an annual growth rate down 26.11 per cent 

Brockman: 10 homes sold at a median price of $315,000 and an annual growth rate down 23.17 per cent 

Binningup: 15 homes sold at a median price of $400,000 and an annual growth rate down 20.00 per cent 

Kojonup: 15 homes sold at a median price of $150,000 and an annual growth rate down 18.92 per cent 

Dunsborough: 53 homes sold at a median price of $558,000 and an annual growth rate down 18.84 per cent 

Joondanna: 22 homes sold at a median price of $592,500 and an annual growth rate down 17.48 per cent 

Busselton: 12 homes sold at a median price of $475,000 and an annual growth rate down 16.96 per cent 

Fremantle: 27 homes sold at a median price of $740,000 and an annual growth rate down 15.91 per cent 

Rossmoyne: 22 homes sold at a median price of $959,500 and an annual growth rate down15.83 per cent 


Source: News.com.au

No comments:

Quick Poll: Are you currently

Most Read Posts