Why upmarket Sydney suburbs, Byron Bay suffered biggest house, unit price falls in 2022

1. MULLUMBIMBY, NSW far north coast: Down 25.7 per cent to $1,036,653

2. SURRY HILLS, Sydney inner south: Down 25.2 per cent to $1,789,646

3. LISMORE HEIGHTS, NSW far north coast: Down 25.2 per cent to $437,806

4. TAREN POINT, Sydney Sutherland Shire: Down 24.5 per cent to $1,934,705

5. BAYVIEW, Sydney Northern Beaches: Down 24.5 per cent to $2,279,245

6. WAVERLEY, Sydney eastern suburbs: Down 24.5 per cent to $3,237,791

7. REDFERN, Sydney inner south: Down 24.3 per cent to $1,609,223

8. BYRON BAY, NSW far north coast: Down 23.9 per cent to $2,258,816

9. CENTENNIAL PARK*, Sydney eastern suburbs: Down 23.8 per cent to $817,693

10. BALGOWLAH, Sydney Northern Beaches: Down 23.7 per cent to $2,724,202

11. SEAFORTH, Sydney Northern Beaches: Down 23.6 per cent to $2,867,976

12. BELROSE*, Sydney Northern Beaches: Down 23.4 per cent to $630,652

13. WHEELER HEIGHTS, Sydney Northern Beaches: Down 23.3 per cent to $2,035,279

14. AVALON BEACH, Sydney Northern Beaches: Down 23.2 per cent to $2,368,313


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