On October 14, 2019, the median price for a house in Warragul was $467,500. This year there have been 292 houses and 25 units sold. Of these house sales, 150 were three bedrooms. It takes approximately 67 days to sell a house and 45 days to sell a unit. The annual capital growth for homes is 6.42% and 4.69% for units. The 12-month capital growth is 10.06% on houses and -2.45% for units. The gross rental yield for a house is 4.26% and for a unit it is 5.05%.
The Demand to Supply Ratio or DSR ranking says that an investment in houses and units is good. This means there are more buyers than sellers. Vendors are more often than not getting their asking price. The national average for property growth should stay ahead of the average of the nation.
House prices and rent returns in Warragul.
- 3 bedroom home $425,000 Rent per week $338
- 4 bedroom home $517,000 Rent per week $420
Unit prices and rent returns in Warragul.
- 2 bedroom unit $298,500 Rent per week $280
- 3 bedroom unit No Data Rent per week $330
Are you going to put your house on the market for sale? If so, we provide free property appraisals on land, units, apartments and houses. We present our valuation on the property’s proximity to schools, shops and amenities. Nearby public transport is taken into account as is the recent sales history in the suburb. Our appraisers know the region well and will give you an accurate estimation as to the worth of your home.
Have you just purchased an investment property and need a rental manager? Or, are you vacating your home and would like to rent it out? Our property management team currently manage over 200 homes in Drouin, Warragul and surrounding towns. We have a database of tenants that are actively looking to rent all type of property. All our prospective tenants are vetted for security purposes. We engage closely with the landlord. Initially, we determine the length of the rental and the preferred tenant. From here we can place the renter, collect the monthly rent, carry out routine inspections and tend to maintenance issues. We will give you a free rental appraisal that should accurately reflect your weekly rent return.
Property Valuation Warragul
Are you aware that an appraisal is different from a valuation? A real estate sales agent can give you an estimate as to the worth of your home. But, let’s say you require a valuation for legal reasons. Then, the valuation must be performed by a licenced valuer and there will be a fee.
Recently Sold Homes in Warragul and surrounds.
View our list of recently sold homes in Warragul and surrounding suburbs.
Lifestyle in Warragul
Warragul is situated in West Gippsland, just over 100 kilometres south-east of Melbourne, between Drouin and Yarragon
Warragul is Baw Baw Shire’s largest town. When it comes to café culture and great lifestyle, it gives Melbourne a run for its money. Warragul is a hub for arts, sports, shops and culinary delights, while being surrounded by Gippsland’s glorious countryside.
This vibrant town is popular with young families and people young and old, who enjoy a great range of cafés and high-end restaurants serving the Gippsland’s finest cuisine. After a leisurely lunch, you can enjoy a wander around Warragul’s great range of shops including a deli, independent bottle shop, boutique gift shop and quality kitchenware store.
Warragul is also home to the West Gippsland Arts Centre, which hosts world renowned performers including music stars, international ballet companies, famous comedians and nationally recognised plays. Newly refurbished in 2018, the Arts Centre overlooks the beautiful Civic Park and always puts on a great show.
If you’re looking for a relaxing walk, or somewhere to let the little ones run free, Warragul has some of the best parks and gardens in Baw Baw Shire. With wide open spaces, BBQ facilities and skateboard ramps you can take your pick of parks for relaxation or recreation. For the more sports-minded, head to Warragul leisure centre with an indoor and outdoor pool, exercise classes, crèche for the kids and a café to refuel.
Warragul attracts visitors from far and wide with its lively Farmers Market selling produce made by the local farming community. The market is held on the third Saturday of the month in Civic Park, with the Baw Baw Arts Market running during the warmer months on the same weekend.
Warragul is a great base to head out and explore the surrounding countryside and national parks. Head north to discover Neerim South and the Tarago Reservoir with walking paths and BBQ facilities; or head south to Mount Worth to uncover ancient forests and native wildlife. If you’re lucky you might even spot a shy lyre bird.
A number of popular festivals and events are centred around the town’s agricultural and dairy industry, including Farm World and Harvest of Gippsland. Both offer a great day out for kids young and old.
We found Daniel’s approach to be honest, supportive, patient and highly professional. There was a genuine feeling that he treated both parties to the transaction with respect, and never a hint of pressure. We would have no hesitation recommending Daniel or using his services again if the occasion arose. – Paul Banney
Matt had good knowledge of house prices in our area. He always kept me up to date on viewings and possible interests. Highly recommended. – Kerry Dore
Schools in Warragul
There is 6 school in Warragul.
- Warragul Primary School Co-ed
- Warragul And District Specialist School
- Warragul Regional College
- Warragul North Primary School
- Marist Sion College
- St Joseph’s School Prep – Year 6