An outlook on buying a property in the Hills District in 2021
2020 was a tumultuous year, but property values managed to achieve an upward swing in more than a few areas around Sydney despite the chaos. Alexandria managed to achieve the biggest gains with a 30.6 percent jump over 12-months.
It’s no surprise that Mona Vale, Avalon, and Bayview in the north performed as expected, but suburbs in the Hills District like Baulkham Hills, West Pennant Hills, and Castle Hill are also showing signs that 2021 will be a good year for growth in these areas.
A thriving housing market is just one reason to consider buying a home in the Hills District, but it has a lot more going for it.
1. Family-friendly neighbourhoods
Many people who missed out on securing an inner-city property with the first-home buyers grant are heading to the Hills District for another shot at property ownership.
For people planning to start a family or families looking for a place to settle down, the many parks, sports amenities, and wide selection of excellent schools around the Hills Districts are compelling.
2. Fantastic public transport
Getting around is not a problem wherever you choose to live in the Hills Districts. Plus, there’s a lot of planned infrastructure that will make it even more convenient. The CBD will be just a short train ride away, and the M7 and M2 reduce travel time for those who take the car.
3. Accessible shopping
Shopping is a big draw card for the Hills District, with everything from supermarkets for the staples, speciality stores for gifts, and electrical, clothing, and computer stores all within easy reach.
4. House prices are still affordable
While inner-city and bayside properties have skyrocketed past affordability for many home buyers, there are still plenty of properties around the Hills District with potential.
The Hills Districts is an up-and-coming area around Sydney. While there are pockets that may be out of reach, there are still plenty of opportunities for buying a home in the Hills District if you know where to look.