• Suburb spotlight: Trigg


    We’re putting the suburb spotlight on Trigg, which recently featured in reiwa.com’s list of seven Perth suburbs recording more sales now than they did during the boom.

    Close to the beach and major amenities like Karrinyup Shopping Centre, Trigg is an affluent suburb which has seen its median house price increase 4.1 per cent in the year to December 2017.

    House price

    The median house price in Trigg is $1.15 million for the year to December 2017, which is significantly higher than the Perth Metro median house price of $525,000.

    In the suburb’s lower quartile sector, buyers can purchase a house in Trigg for approximately $935,000, while house prices in Trigg’s upper quartile sit at around $1.513 million.

    Unit price

    Trigg’s unit market is significantly more affordable than its housing market, with the unit median sitting at $478,500 for the year to December 2017.

    In the lower quartile sector of Trigg's unit market, prices are more affordable still at approximately $445,000, while the suburb’s upper quartile unit median is $730,000.

    Suburbs close to Trigg include North Beach, Karrinyup and Scarborough.

    For more information, visit the Trigg suburb profile.

    Find your dream home in Trigg, WA.

    *Median price data for the year to December 2017 is based on settled sales as at 16 April 2018.