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Ballarat Central

The Ballarat Central property market has performed strongly over the past 12 months to February 2020.

There have been 183 properties listed over the past 12 months, while 147 have sold. This compares to 188 listings for the same time last year, and 179 sales.

The current median sales price of a house in Ballarat Central is $525,000. This represents growth of 23% over the past 12 months.

The time it takes to sell a house in Ballarat Central is currently 24.5 days. This timing is -3.5 days higher than a typical 4 week auction campaign.

For apartments, the median sales price is $281,000. Apartment prices have risen by 5.9% over the past 12 months. The time it takes to sell a unit in Ballarat Central is currently 33 days.

MICRO-SUBURBS
Median (# Sales)
HousesUnits
1$525,500
(106)
$351,000
(24)
2$490,000
(13)
$377,500
(3)

Median Sales

House
Unit
$427,000

Feb 2019
(12 months)

$525,000

Feb 2020
(12 months)

$265,333

Feb 2019
(12 months)

$281,000

Feb 2020
(12 months)

 HouseMedian Sales Price Change inHouseMedian Sales Price

Number of Sales

165
Feb 2019
(12 months)
126
Feb 2020
(12 months)

-23.6%

MOVEMENT


14
Feb 2019
(12 months)
21
Feb 2020
(12 months)

50%

MOVEMENT

Number of Listings

 House Listings Unit Listings
151
32
26
Days on Market

Rentals

Rental Yield

3.5%

Median Asking Rent

$350
per week

Percentage Rented

HOUSES & UNITS
40.6%

Rental Yield

5.4%

Median Asking Rent

$295
per week

Population

Population
5,333

Family Composition

CHILDLESS COUPLE

39.8%

COUPLES WITH CHILDREN

39.3%

SINGLE PARENTS

18.9%

OTHER

1.7%

Tenure Type

RENTING

40.6%

OWNS OUTRIGHT

30%

PURCHASING

26.9%

OTHER

0%

Definitions and Disclaimers

Sales metrics are for the period 1 Mar 19 - Feb 20 unless otherwise stated. For listings, 1 May 19 - Apr 20.

The CoreLogic Data provided in this publication is of a general nature and should not be construed as specific advice or relied upon in lieu of appropriate professional advice.

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The State of Victoria owns the copyright in the Property Sales Data and reproduction of that data in any way without the consent of the State of Victoria will constitute a breach of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). The State of Victoria does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the Property Sales Data and any person using or relying upon such information does so on the basis that the State of Victoria accepts no responsibility or liability whatsoever for any errors, faults, defects or omissions in the information supplied.