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  • Suburb spotlight: Broome


    We’re putting the suburb spotlight on Broome, a popular beach resort and tourist town in regional WA’s Kimberley region.

    House price

    For those looking to make a permanent sea change and move to Broome, the median price for a house in the area currently sits at $455,000 (as at 16 January 2017 for the three months to September 2016).

    If you’re looking to enter the Broome property market in its lower quartile price range, the median is $360,000, while the upper quartile median price is $620,000.

    Unit price

    Units, townhouses and villas make up more than 30 per cent of Broome’s property landscape. If you’re looking to buy this type of property, the median unit price in Broome is $425,000.

    In the lower quartile section of the unit market, the median price is $335,000, while the upper quartile median is $447,500.

    Land price

    For those that would prefer to build, Broome’s median price for vacant land for the three months to September 2016 (based on settled sales as at 16 January 2017) is $450,000.

    The suburb’s upper and lower quartile medians for land sit at $510,000 and $287,875 respectively.

    Suburbs close to Broome include Djugun, Bilingurr and Cable Beach.

    For more information, visit the Broome suburb profile.

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