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Sydney Median Price
House$5,330,000
Unit$1,862,000
Land$2,466,600
The House price is 88% lower than last year.
Surrounding suburbs
Darlinghurst$1,986,100
Pyrmont$1,723,400
Surry Hills$2,224,500
Ultimo$1,318,000
Woolloomooloo$2,083,300
Sydney Median Rent
House$1,323
Unit$728
The House rent is 47% higher than last year.
Sydney sold price
Sydney rent price
Sydney school
Sydney, 2000 NSW( 0km east of CBD )

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Sales Data
Number of houses/units1543 / 38388
Houses/units sales last 12 months3 / 503 (turnover 1.27% ranks No.1790 more...)
Highest price last 12 months$7,000,000
Features
1. Home median price ranks No.8 among 2094 suburbs of New South Wales. More price ranking...
2. Home median rent ranks No.54 among 2094 suburbs of New South Wales. More rent ranking...
3. Top secondary school Conservatorium High School is in this suburb. More top schools...
4. Top combined school St Andrew's Cathedral School, St Mary's Cathedral College are in this suburb.
5. People from United Kingdom(6%) like to live in this suburb.
6. People from New Zealand(3%) like to live in this suburb.
7. People are well-educated (University or Tertiary education 18%).
8. People from Indonesia(12%) like to live in this suburb.
9. People from China(7%) like to live in this suburb.
10. There are more Flat(69%) in this suburb.
11. Many houses in this suburb are Rented(60%).
12. People from Hong Kong(4%) like to live in this suburb.
Demographics
PopulationSizeSydneySydney
All People300063997337
Country of OriginSydneySydney
Australian Born42%61%
Born Overseas - Top 5SydneySydney
Indonesia12%0%
China7%2%
United Kingdom6%5%
Hong Kong4%1%
New Zealand3%2%
Median household incomeSydneySydney
Weekly income$1,422$1,447
Age StatisticsSydneySydney
20 to 3944%33%
40 to 5927%28%
60+13%17%
5 to 1913%14%
0 to 43%7%
Family Statistics - Top 5SydneySydney
Never Married44%33%
Married43%51%
Divorced7%7%
Widowed4%6%
Separated3%3%
Religion - Top 5SydneySydney
Catholic25%34%
No Religion25%13%
Anglican15%23%
Buddhism13%4%
Presbyterian and Reformed5%3%
Occupation - Top 5SydneySydney
Professionals7%9%
Managers and Administrators5%4%
Associate Professional4%5%
Intermediate Clerical/Sales/Service4%8%
Elementary Clerical/Sales/Service2%4%
Education - Top 5SydneySydney
Not Attending (Working)68%73%
University or other Tertiary Institution18%5%
Technical or Further Education6%3%
Other Education3%1%
Secondary Education3%7%
Transport to Work - Top 5SydneySydney
Walked8%2%
Car (driver)5%24%
Bus Only2%2%
Train Only2%3%
Taxi2%0%
Type of Dwelling - Top 3SydneySydney
Flat69%22%
Semi/Terrace8%10%
Nature of Occupancy - Top 3SydneySydney
Rented60%30%
Fully Owned12%41%
Purchasing4%23%
Monthly Loan Repayment - Top 5SydneySydney
$1,500+50%21%
$1,000-$1,19915%15%
$600-$7999%13%
Top 5 Realestate Agent
Agent NameProperty Sales Market Share
Morton - Sydney9%
Sydney Cove Property - The Rocks7%
VANGUARDE - Sydney6%
Boutique Property Agents - Sydney5%
Century 21 City Quarter - Sydney4%
Note: The percentage of property sales in Sydney is based on the sold records in recent two years.
Schools
School NameSchool Type
Fort Street Public SchoolPrimary School
St Andrew's Cathedral Gawura SchoolPrimary School
Conservatorium High School 
Secondary School
Holmes Secondary CollegeSecondary School
Macquarie Grammar SchoolSecondary School
Southern Cross High SchoolSecondary School
St Andrew's Cathedral School 
Combined School
St Mary's Cathedral College 
Combined School
User Review
02 Jul 2012
The most unaffordable housing in the world, relative to income...

1 China Hong Kong 11.4
2 Australia Sydney, NSW 9.6
3 Canada Vancouver, BC 9.5
4 U.K. Bournemouth & Dorset 9.3
5 Australia Coff's Harbour, NSW 9.1
6 Australia Melbourne, VIC 9.0
7 U.S. Honolulu, HI 8.5
8 Australia Sunshine Coast, QLD 8.4
9 U.K. Warwickshire 8.1
10 U.K. London (Greater London Authority) 7.9
10 U.K. Plymouth & Devon 7.9
12 Australia Gold Coast, QLD-NSW 7.7
13 U.K. Swindon & Wiltshire 7.5
14 Australia Geelong, VIC 7.4
15 Australia Wollongong, NSW 7.2
15 U.S. San Francisco-Oakland, CA 7.2
15 U.S. Santa Cruz, CA 7.2
18 Australia Adelaide, SA 7.1
18 Canada Victoria, BC 7.1
18 U.K. London Exurbs (E & SE England) 7.1
21 Australia Newcastle-Maitland, NSW 7.0
02 Jul 2012
In Sydney you can look at the traditional new australian view:

West - full of low income housing
Inner west - was grungy and alternative now very affluent
East - afluent area
Lower North - Afluent area
North - Middle class
North West - Middle wantingto be afluent
south - Middle class - a world of their own - mix of beachy and afluent areas

By no means I am trying to pigeon hole people but that is just the general ways things are viewed and peopel have opinions. There are also crap areas in afluent areas and affluent areas in crap areas

People need to stop thinking like this and why sydney is such a bad place - people from the east think "westies" are boguns and no hopers but their suburbs are full of drug adicts, prostitutes and brothels and drunks coming out of bars - would you rather that or a leafy quite suburb
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