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Marrickville is the largest suburb in the Inner West Council local government area.
Only a short 7 kilometres from Sydney CBD, Marrickville is a popular suburb for home buyers.
The suburb is culturally diverse. 55.5% of people were born in Australia, followed by Vietnam 6.0%, Greece 4.2%, England 3.0%, New Zealand 2.1% and China (excludes SARs and Taiwan) 1.7%.
Like most suburbs in New South Wales, Marrickville has experienced some decrease in price in property prices over the past year. In the past 12 months, house prices have fallen by almost 10%. The median price for a house in Marrickville is $1,770,000.00.
The price of units in Marrickville has fallen 11.8% in the past 12 months. The average price for a unit in Marrickville is now $738,500.00.
However, buyer demand remains high, with 160 units sold over the past 12 months. It is taking approximately 56 days to sell a property in Marrickville.
For clients looking to purchase an investment property in Marrickville, the average weekly rent for houses is $850 per week. This is a 9% increase in the past 12 months.
Units in Albury are leased for an average rent of $540 per week, which is about a 10% increase from the average price 12 months ago.
Rebel Property Group and Braxton have recently been granted approval to build a six-storey residential complex in Marrickville. The development, at 41-47 Farr Street Marrickville is estimated to be worth $70 million.
This is the first development approval under the newly rezoned Timber Yards Precinct slated for the historic Marrickville brickmaking site. The complex will contain 51 units.
Construction on the project is expected to commence early 2024.