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The Sydney suburbs where property prices have not gone up in last five years

7Mo ago 0 Replies 202 Views
Though Sydney property market is booming, there are still a few suburbs where the prices are lower than what they were five years back.

Unit medians in eight suburbs are down over five years, with two suburbs also recording a fall in median house prices as block sizes shrank.




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