New South wales

If you are thinking about investing in New South Wales property, you have started in the right place. New South Wales is Australia’s most populated state with more than 8.07 million people calling it home.  As a stand alone economy NSW has a larger GDP than Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore. The NSW economy is underpinned by its global transportation links, with over 1000 flights operating per week and vast numbers of migrants using the state as a launch pad, before finding their feet and moving to one of the other eastern states.

Annual Gross Domestic Product
$558 billion p.a*
More than 33% of Australia’s total GDP 
Population 8.07 million
 

Average Household income $77k

 

30.9% of population renting

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Sydney

the big smoke.

When thinking about investing in New South Wales, people often start by thinking about Sydney. Sydney is Australia’s largest and most expensive city from a living and investment standpoint. The city and surround has seen significant capital growth over the past decade, however rental yields have not seen the same level of appreciation. This means that for a typical mortgaged investor regular cash contributions will be needed to maintain the property.

Sydney Growth Areas

Current Development areas.

The majority of the Sydney CBD and surround is built up already or seeing high rise developments dominate. There are however still house and land options available for investors looking for something new, low maintenance, new, non-strata, and tax effective.  Areas that you might be interested in exploring include Rouse Hill, Kellyville, Colebee, Box HillOakville, Edmondson Park, Denham Court, Riverstone, Spring Farm, Marsden Park, Austral, Leppington & Gregory Hills.

Development areas outside of Sydney
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Regional NSW

Not as Regional as it Sounds.

Thanks to its natural resources, regional NSW provides over one-third of the states gross domestic product, with thriving agricultural and mining trade, as well as strong manufacturing, energy, tourism and service sectors.

Regional NSW is home to Home to 40 per cent of the state’s population. While property prices have grown over the long term, rental yields are still very attractive in many areas, offering great value for investors looking for both positive income and capital growth well into the future.

Regional Growth Areas

Current Development areas.

With larger lots, bigger homes and continued government infrastructure spending to help population growth well into the future it’s no wonder why investors are finding value in quality regional growth areas of New South Wales. Newcastle, the Lower Hunter Region, Wollongong and the Central Coast are areas continuing to experience price appreciation, strong rental demand and an attractive lifestyle option while being a good proximity to Sydney.

Regional NSW housing developments

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If you’re considering a property purchase and would like some guidance we’d like to hear from you. On a quick phone call we can help determine your current equity position, borrowing capacity, and we can start to discuss potential loan structuring. We can also help you in choosing a property thats going to deliver on your expectations over the long run.