How Much is My Home Worth in Highett?
Real Estate Appraisal Highett VIC 3190
Are you thinking of selling your home in Highett? We give free property appraisals on land, units, apartments and houses. Our appraisers know this region well and will deliver an accurate value on your home. We arrive at our final price based on location, shops, schools and public transport. You can sell your home privately, at a fixed price or go to auction. We carefully outline all the paths to selling your home. If you have an investment property our rental appraisers also offer free appraisals. We manage multiple properties in the area. We hold a zero tolerance on rents in arrears. We deliver full tax accounting documentation for all our landlords.
Property Trends in Highett
If you own a property in Highett then you are in a good position. The Demand to Supply Ratio suggests units and homes will exceed the national capital growth average. Both the demand for houses and apartments is ahead of supply. Buyers are making good offers and some sellers are not in a rush. Most sellers are getting the price they are asking for. The median priced home is $1,300,000 and a median priced unit is $625,000 as of January 7, 2021.
House prices and rent returns in Highett.
- 2 bedroom home $1,010,000 Rent per week $485
- 3 bedroom home $1,263,000 Rent per week $558
- 4 bedroom home $1,338,500 Rent per week $873
Unit prices and rent returns in Highett.
- 1 bedroom unit $417,000 Rent per week $370
- 2 bedroom unit $622,000 Rent per week $425
- 3 bedroom unit $865,600 Rent per week $600
Lifestyle in Highett
Highett is just 16 kilometres south east of the Melbourne CBD. Its bordering neighbours are Moorabbin, Hampton East, Cheltenham and Sandringham. In the 2011 Census there were over 10,200 residents recorded. Registered married couples represent 49% of the population. The work force is made up of professionals, managers, tradesmen, sales and clerical workers. In the south east corner is Westfield Southland shopping complex.
The Highett train station runs through the heart of Highett along the Frankston line. There are 4 reserves in Highett. The Highett Reserve is home to the Highett Cricket and Football Clubs and the Waves Leisure Centre. Schools in Highett and surrounding suburbs include St Agnes’s Primary School, Sandringham College and the Sandringham College Junior Campus.