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|Coffs Harbour, 2450
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|Lead Legal Services Pty Ltd
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In Coffs Harbour, there are currently 75 properties available for sale and 62 properties for rent. The cost of houses in Coffs Harbour varies widely and depends on the number of bedrooms. A 2 bedroom house costs $576,000 while a 3 bedroom house can go for as high as $580,000. 4 bedroom houses can cost as high as $660,000. The cost of units in this regional city is different. A 1 bedroom unit has a pricing of $236,500, while a 2 bedroom unit costs $363,500. 3 bedroom units cost as much as $553,750.
As of 2016, 56% of the house in Coffs Harbour were owner-occupied. A majority of the households were childless couples and worked professional occupations. Homeowners in this city are estimated to be repaying $1800 - $2399 per month on mortgage repayments. From the population of 71,822, data shows that about 26.74% of people live in rental houses and units. However, most of the residents in Coffs Harbour are in the age range of 50 – 59.
The cost of rent for houses also varies in Coffs Harbour. 2 bedroom houses cost $400 per week while 3 bedroom ones cost $500 per week. 4 bedroom houses cost a bit higher at $600 per week. Rental prices of units are quite different. A 1 bedroom unit costs $295 per week. 2 bedroom units cost $360 per week, while 4 bedroom units cost as much as $480 per week.
The median sale price of houses is $600,000. This price is higher than the national average of $485,000. The median price change in 12 months is 21.58%. For rental houses, the median rent price is $490 per week. The median gross yield per annum stands at 4.2%. In the last 12 months, the average number of days it takes to sell a house in Coffs Harbour is 68 days. Additionally, the average discount on the sale of houses is -2.67%.
For units, the median sale price is $430,000. This price is slightly lower than the national average of $438,000. The price change in 1 calendar year for units sold in Coffs Harbour is 21.13%. For rental units, the median rent price is $394,000 per week. This rent price is slightly higher than the national average of $390,000. The median gross yield of units in Coffs Harbour per annum is 4.8%.
When buying a house in Coffs Harbour, it is necessary to hire professional conveyancing services. Transferring the rights of ownership of a property can be a complex process. More so, there are legal requirements in all jurisdictions of Australia for the sale of properties to be in writing. Conveyancing services offer their services to make this process smooth and without error.
There are three stages that conveyancers will help you out in. The first phase is usually the exchange of contracts, while the final stage is the completion phase. LEAD Conveyancing services simplifies this process for both parties.
Coffs Harbour lies on the Mid-North Coast of New South Wales. It has a land area of 505.5 km² and a population of 71,822 as of 2018. On the North Coast, Coffs Harbour is one of the largest urban centers. The economy of this city was once based on Bananas. Currently, the economy is based on tourism, fishing, and blueberries. From Coffs Harbour to Brisbane is about 390 kilometers. It is also 540 kilometers away from Sydney and 391 kilometers from Newcastle.
The traditional inhabitants of Coffs Harbour are the Gumbaynggirr people. They have occupied this area for thousands of years. In 1847, John Korff named this region ‘Korf’s harbor.’ This was accidentally changed to Coffs Harbour by the surveyor for the crown during land reservation in 1861. Coffs Harbour was established in the 1870s and attained city status in the year 1987.
About 76% of people living in Coffs Harbour were born in Australia. Other people born in England, New Zealand, Myanmar, and India make up a little part of the population. Coffs Harbour is accessible by air at Coffs Harbour airport. Buses and taxis are a major means of transport for the residents, while NSW TrainLink offers train services.
There are many ways to enjoy life in Coffs Harbour. Either as a resident or visitor, there are interesting places to explore and many things to do. One of such places is the Dolphin Marine, Conservation Park. This is the best place to experience marine animals at a close range. This marine conservation park is close to the Jetty precinct and adjacent the Coffs Creek. It has stayed open for more than 50 years and is a fun place to spend a few hours of quality time. Having to watch the dolphins and seals perform is worth the entry fee.
To have a great view of Coffs Harbour, do it from Forest Sky Pier. This beautiful piece of architecture has a 22 meters elevated point over the rainforest. If you have extra time, take your time to enjoy the drive up the pier through banana and avocado farms. If you’ll prefer to have a refreshing morning walk, do it at Diggers Beach. The locals are very friendly, and the coffee sold nearby is really tasty. Novice surfers will find the waves on this beach perfect for improving their surfing skills.
The Big Banana Fun Park in Coffs Harbour is another place you must visit. There are a lot of activities to engage in here. The Big Banana Fun Park has the biggest water park between the Gold Coast and Sydney. If you love golf, try out the 36 hole Mini Golf Course. For some extra thrill, ensure that you try out “The Racer,” which is the biggest Giant Slide in Australia. Other fun places and things to do include: