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suburb snapshot – central Wagga Wagga

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central_300pxEstablished in the 1880s, central Wagga Wagga is popular with purchasers seeking close proximity to the CBD with the many coffee shops, restaurants, shops, cinema, parks and nightspots only moments away. Central Wagga Wagga continues to be a strong area of demand with both un-renovated and renovated older homes proving consistency in re-sale and capital growth.

The unit market in Wagga Wagga is largely driven by residents seeking a low maintenance lifestyle in urban areas close the central business district or public infrastructure.

Statistics from The Fitzpatricks Report 2012 financial year tell us Central Wagga Wagga recorded the second highest number of house sales, second to Kooringal by only 25. The median house price was $305,000, with the median unit price being $252,000. Central Wagga Wagga was the strongest suburb for unit sales, with the highest recorded sale price being $550,000 in Tarcutta Street. In 2013 central Wagga Wagga continues to perform strongly with the highest number of sales per suburb to date.

Fitzpatricks Real Estate currently has a number of central properties for sale which are generating a lot of interest.

Here is a selection of our current Central Wagga Wagga listings:

44 Kincaid Street
66 Fox Street
15/49 Simmons Street
108 Tompson Street
13/20 Church Street
111 Tompson Street
12 Shaw Street
5/239 Kincaid Street

Are you new to Wagga Wagga and looking for some information on suburbs? Head to this link on our website for a snapshot on each of the suburbs.