19 Donald Square, Bayswater - WA

Should I invest in this property? Let's take a look below...

Investor Tip
Is this Property in Distress?
View the level of For Sale distress PLUS the full (current) on-market history for this property. Let's see if the vendor might be getting itchy for a sale...

Market Activity

This property is currently not on the market

Past Property (On Market) Listing History

Date Source Listing Discount
23 Aug, 2013 www.realestate.com.au - View Price Not Listed
08 Jun, 2013 www.realestate.com.au - View $679,000
These are archive listing, actual listing dates for this property at or before the time stated above may vary. This property is displayed for archiving purposes.
Investor Info
Does this property suit your strategy?
It is critical that the suburb, the street and the property match your personal investment strategy. The below information is just the tip of the iceberg @ Ripehouse...

Is there public housing nearby?

Social or public housing generally has a negative effect on the street appeal, desirability and demand for properties that is located nearby.
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SUBURB: 4.3% Public Housing

Do residents rent or own in this street?

A flipping strategy requires high owner occupier density, cashflow and capital growth strategies require high tenancy density
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SUBURB: 71% Owner Occupiers

STREET: 84% Owner Occupiers

Are there mostly houses or units nearby?

It is best to not invest against the grain. If there are a large number of houses in the street, it is generally what tenants demand in that area or street of the suburb - presenting the best investment.
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SUBURB: 78% Houses

STREET: 78% Houses

Are RENTS above or below average in this street?

We have found it best, for a cashflow or capital growth strategy, to invest in streets of higher than average rent (when compared to the suburb overall).
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SUBURB: $290pw rent

STREET: $360pw rent

Do residents have high or low INCOMES in this street?

For a cashflow or capital growth strategy, it is advised to invest in streets of higher than average income (when compared to the suburb overall).
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SUBURB: $1020pw income

STREET: $1110pw income

Are YIELDS above or below average in this street?

We have found it best, for a cashflow or capital growth strategy, to invest in streets of higher than average yield (when compared to the suburb overall).
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SUBURB: 4% yield

STREET: 4.8% yield

Investor Info
Property details and comparable sales
Based on the sales description used by the agent and the property details, let's look for some comparable sales to gauge value.

Selling agent property sales description and basic details

19 Donald Square, Bayswater - WA - Nestled across from the picturesque donald way reserve lies this renovated 3 bedroom brick/iron residence on a pristine 789sqm......

1 Baths

2 Cars

3 Beds

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What is the estimated condition of this property?

Based on the sentiment and actual text used to describe this property by the selling agent, Ripehouse has estimated the condition of the property.

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Recent Comparable Sold Properties

Based on the recency of sale, location, condition, bedrooms and property type we have located the Six(6) closest comparables.
Date Sold Listing Type Address Cond. Prop. Type Beds Asking Price

14/07/2016

Sold

49a Coode Street (View)

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3

$490000

06/05/2016

Sold

66B Roberts Street (View)

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house

3

$522000

21/11/2015

Sold

1A Coombe St (View)

Average

house

3

$655000

08/03/2016

Sold

18D Jacqueline Street (View)

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house

3

$480000

10/04/2016

Sold

32 Garratt Road (View)

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3

$635000

08/03/2016

Sold

81 Milne St (View)

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3

$620000

20/03/2016

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46 Moojebing Street (View)

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$515000

Insider Info
Are you even using the right strategy?

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