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Introduction Homebush is a located in the Inner West of Sydney, NSW, Australia. It is located 15 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD. Being located within a 15km to the CBD, 10km to other hubs such as Parramatta & North Ryde. Homebush has many attractions to offer. Homebush is divided into two halves: South Homebush and North Homebush. The suburb is safe to live and close to good schools, shopping centres, pubs etc. There are some great local pubs, some superb restaurants on George street and DFO is right at the end of the street. The suburb is serviced by good public transport. Parramatta Road and the M4 Western Motorway are the main roads passing through the suburb.  Benefits With a mixture of large and small developments in the area, improvements to public transport and increased infrastructure in the Olympic park & Wentworth point areas and close proximity to Rhodes/Burwood shopping centres Homebush's profolio is sure to rise. • Good public transport • Great restaurants • 15 mins to CBD • easy access to so many places Challenges • little noisy • little expensive for renting • Traffic into the city is often congested during peak times Location                                     Homebush is located 15 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD, in the local government area of the Municipality of Strathfield. It covers an area of 2.5 km2 (1.0 sq mi). It is located quite central to a number of different aspects of Sydney nearby via both road and rail, with some great markets, event spaces, and some excellent restaurants. Connectivity Homebush is very good for the transport, there’re plenty of options to go to CBD or Parramatta from Homebush and Strathfield station. • Its walking access to DFO, flemington, north strathfield and even strathfield is only 20 mins walk away so that bumps up the transport. • Homebush railway station is located on the Main Suburban line in Homebush. The station is served by Sydney Trains T2 Inner West & Leppington line services. • Local train station is North Strathfield which has many express trains into the city which take about 25mins. • Parramatta Road and the M4 Western Motorway are the main roads passing through the suburb. Shopping destinations DFO Homebush gives a total shopping experience to all its visitors with a decent food court and multiple kinds of products on sale. DFO Homebush is located at 3-5 Underwood Road in Homebush, just 15kms from the Sydney CBD and adjacent to Sydney's Olympic Park. Strathfield Council have lauched a free shuttle service called Strathfield Connector in the Strathfield area, stopping at DFO Homebush. Schools & Daycares Good schools of the area include: • Homebush Public School • Homebush Boys High School • Homebush West Public School Good daycare include: • Greenwood Homebush • Oxford Greens Early Education Centre Yagoona • Guardian Childcare & Education Homebush Internet Connectivity The NBN is now available in selected areas of Homebush. Crime & safety Homebush has a very low crime rate and is very safe to get settled with the family. Dwelling Type Homebush is full of beautiful old cottages, new townhouses, luxury apartments and architect-designed residences. Price Median Sale Price- $1.8m Rent Median Rent Price- $640pw Summary Homebush is close to Strathfield Burwood and all surrounding suburbs, easy to just jump on a train 15 mins and you are in the CBD. It is really safe and close to major schools, shopping hubs and entertainment. The development of Sydney Olympic Park not only as a sporting facility but also general public event grounds means there’s almost always something worth attending on nearby. For shoppers, its DFO Homebush complex is one of the most popular places in Sydney to grab brand clothes/other goods at reduced prices. Buses are available, or Flemington, Strathfield and North Strathfield train stations are not far away. Food, fitness and a more relaxed lifestyle make Homebush a fantastic place to come home to at the end of the day.
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The housing market has fallen for the third consecutive month, albeit by far less than experts first predicted, with government support ending likely to trigger a collapse, new research has found. According to results released by CoreLogic Home Value Index property prices fell by 0.6 per cent nationally, which was a slight improvement on June’s 0.7 per cent falls. Melbourne was unsurprisingly the hardest hit capital city, falling by 1.2 per cent as the state continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. Sydney also dragged property prices down, with Australia’s largest city falling by 0.9 per cent. However, investors outside of Australia’s two largest cities have performed better than investors in Sydney and Melbourne. “The impact from COVID-19 on housing values has been orderly [to date], with CoreLogic’s national index falling only 1.6 per cent since the recent high in April and housing turnover has recovered quickly after [its] sharp fall in late March and April,” Mr Lawless said. The researcher points out that demand for property remains despite the economy at large going through its first recession in 29 years. Continue reading at: x Housing market stutters but greater fall still to ... The housing market has fallen for the third consecutive month, albeit by far less than experts first predicted, with government support ending likely to trigger a collapse, new research has found. www.smartpropertyinvestment.com.au
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