Over the last year, property investments in Oakleigh, 3166 have given investors a capital gain of 16.68%. This compares favourably with the 11.73% for VIC as a whole.
Across a shorter period, Oakleigh, 3166 has seen a median price increase of 5.24% over the last quarter.
Renters in Suburb are facing rents around $5400 per annum or $450 every week.
With a capital gain of -0.53% for the last 12 months, Oakleigh, 3166 has performed for property investments than its average annual 2.59% property growth over the last 5 years.
The five-year average increase in median property values for Oakleigh,3166 has given property investors a potential capital gain of 11.90% across each of those five years.
With the median price for a house in Oakleigh being $470000 and the advertised rent reaching $400 the gross rental yield for property investors calculates out to be 4.43%
The suburb of Oakleigh is known for being strongly influenced by Greek culture brought to the area by immigrants in the 20th century.Full summary
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The suburb of Oakleigh is known for being strongly influenced by Greek culture brought to the area by immigrants in the 20th century.Close
It is one of the largest CBDs near Melbourne.
Given its short distance from Melbourne and wealth of amenities, Oakleigh is one of the more expensive suburbs in Victoria.
Atherton Road, the suburb’s main street, has much historical value and the highest-priced homes in the area.
This area is populated by many food establishments, hotels and shops, making it a lively hub for locals.
The pedestrian zone on Eaton Street links Atherton Road to the Centro Shopping Centre and train station; from here, residents can travel to Melbourne in just half an hour.
According to Frank Scalise, property consultant at Woodards Oakleigh, residents mainly prefer large family homes with four bedrooms and two bathrooms or high-priced Californian bungalows.
Many locals are also professionals renting smaller units in proximity to the CBD, though they may be looking to trade up to larger homes.
Streets such as Abbeygate are particularly popular because they remain residential family areas untouched by developers.
Such pockets are also close to shopping centres and public transport, such as bus services.
As a result, Oakleigh experienced reasonable 7.6% growth over the past year and 14% growth over the past three years.
The vacancy rate also dropped in the past 12 months by 0.2%, to a low rate of 1.6%.
CoreLogic RP Data stats indicate that the suburb has high capital growth potential.