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Sydney - Blacktown Property Market Insights by Suburbtrends

The Sydney - Blacktown region, known for its diverse communities, vibrant lifestyle, and accessibility to Sydney's CBD, offers a wide range of property investment opportunities. From the upscale suburb of Kellyville Ridge to the more affordably priced Willmot, the market caters to various preferences and budgets.

Property Market Overview

Houses

  • Lowest Priced Suburb: Willmot - Median Price: $664,950
  • Highest Priced Suburb: Kellyville Ridge - Median Price: $1,685,600

Units

  • Lowest Priced Suburb: Whalan - Median Price: $422,000
  • Highest Priced Suburb: Acacia Gardens - Median Price: $894,400

Top Investor Score Suburbs

For Houses

  • Woodcroft (NSW) - Investor Score: 91: Median house price of $969,600.
  • Plumpton (NSW) - Investor Score: 89: Median house price of $861,000.
  • Oakhurst (NSW) - Investor Score: 87: Median house price of $969,600.

For Units

  • Kings Park (NSW) - Investor Score: 87: Median price of $429,000.
  • Blacktown - Investor Score: 86: Median price of $500,000.
  • Mount Druitt - Investor Score: 86: Median price of $422,500.

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Explore the Sydney - Blacktown property market with our comprehensive Suburbtrends report. This indispensable guide provides in-depth analytics on house and unit prices, investor scores, and key metrics for each suburb within the region. Ideal for investors, homebuyers, and real estate professionals, this report is a crucial tool for making well-informed decisions in one of Sydney's most dynamic and evolving areas.

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Suburbtrends offers a comprehensive view of Sydney - Blacktown's property market, from its established suburbs to its rapidly developing areas.

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