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Discussion in 'Where to Buy' started by Jmillar, 18th Aug, 2016.

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  1. Jmillar

    Jmillar Well-Known Member

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  2. Phar Lap

    Phar Lap Well-Known Member

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    Just another step closer to Sydney.
    It's been happening for ages now.
    Industries relocating along with sea change aspects for western Sydneysiders, it's a no brainer wth the price one can get in Syd to relocate to CCoast.

    Absolutely a positive for property on the C Coast.
     
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    Propertunity Exclusive Real Estate Buyers Agent Business Member

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    Latest figures reveal Central Coast properties in hot demand for fast sales:

    No Cookies | Daily Telegraph

     
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    Close to Sydney, has train line and possible a future fast train and ferry from Ettalong beach to Sydney. It has big potential.
    Anything in postcode 2257 and 2260 worth a try.
    Rental yield is much higher than Sydney and can easily cover all your mortgage interests even capital repayment if you choose the right one.
    Also a good holiday place with beautiful landscape and beaches.
     
  5. standtall

    standtall Well-Known Member

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    I have invested in central coast and used to be very upbeat about the area but slowly changing my mind.

    The main issue is that the area is full of 'entitlement mentality' sort of people who get in the way of every new project. Gosford ATO project is an example where half of the town is busy campaigning against jobs and growth coming to their suburbs because they would rather have an art centre than getting their house prices a big boost.

    It's not only central coast - it begins from Hornsby westfield and keeps getting worse further you go along pacific highway.

    May be central coast will eventually get on to gentrification train but its at least 20 years away.