Skipton VIC 3361

Here you can find what you need to know about Skipton, VIC, including house prices in the area, median values, annual growth, recent sale prices, maps, a suburb profile and much more.

Suburb Insights
for Houses in last 12 months

At a Glance

$345k Median Sale Price (National Average $485k) 727th In VIC
20.63% Median Price Change (1 yr) (National Average 4.30%) 255th In VIC

Investment Strategy Scores

See how this property rates against different investment strategies. Learn more

Example Only
Upgrade to Premium to view Investment Strategy Scores for every available property and suburb in Australia
Upgrade to Premium to view pros & cons and Investment Strategy Scores for every available property and suburb in Australia
How we calculate the suburb Cash Flow Score

The suburb Cash Flow Score is simply the average of all the individual Cash Flow Scores for each property in that suburb.

A higher score indicates the suburb is more likely to contain properties that deliver an above average gross yield.

Skipton, VIC National
Median
Gross Yield

Investor Scores are computer generated and should not be regarded as personal or general advice about investing in residential property. They should not be relied on as such — persons seeking to buy or sell residential property should always seek appropriate professional advice. The methodology used to develop the Scores depends on the availability of property data and also depends on certain assumptions and estimates.
How we calculate the suburb Capital Growth Score

The suburb Capital Growth Score is simply the average of all the individual Capital Growth Scores for each property in that suburb.

A higher score indicates the suburb has recently experienced significant capital growth and the short term outlook for further growth is likely to be good given strong market health indicators.

Skipton, VIC National
Change in Median
Price (1 yr)
Average Days
on Market
Average Vendor
Discounting

Investor Scores are computer generated and should not be regarded as personal or general advice about investing in residential property. They should not be relied on as such — persons seeking to buy or sell residential property should always seek appropriate professional advice. The methodology used to develop the Scores depends on the availability of property data and also depends on certain assumptions and estimates.
How we calculate the suburb Lower Risk Score

The suburb Lower Risk Score is simply the average of all the individual Lower Risk Scores for each property in that suburb.

A higher score indicates the suburb has increased in value over a longer period so is less likely to only be due to recent market forces. It is also likely to contain properties that command higher rent than average and therefore attract higher income tenants. Furthermore, properties in this suburb are likely to be easier to sell in the future due to strong market health indicators.

Skipton, VIC National
Average Days
on Market
Change in Median Price
(5 yr)
Average Vendor
Discounting

Investor Scores are computer generated and should not be regarded as personal or general advice about investing in residential property. They should not be relied on as such — persons seeking to buy or sell residential property should always seek appropriate professional advice. The methodology used to develop the Scores depends on the availability of property data and also depends on certain assumptions and estimates.

Property Prices in Skipton


Loading

State Auction Clearance Rates


Loading

Local Schools


Loading

Suburb Information

Skipton, VIC 3361

Part of: Corangamite Council No data available

The size of Skipton is approximately 257.2 square kilometres. It has 5 parks covering nearly 0.1% of total area. The population of Skipton in 2011 was 926 people. By 2016 the population was 575 showing a population decline of 37.9% in the area during that time. The predominant age group in Skipton is 50-59 years. Households in Skipton are primarily childless couples and are likely to be repaying $600 - $799 per month on mortgage repayments. In general, people in Skipton work in a managers occupation. In 2011, 76.3% of the homes in Skipton were owner-occupied compared with 82% in 2016. (source: Australian Bureau of Statistics)

View all properties for sale in Skipton

Demographic data provided
by Australian Bureau of Statistics


Others also viewed

Suburb Median Price Change (1 yr) Median Sale Price Median Rent Median Gross Yield
Skye VIC, 3977 13.96% $767,500 $498pw 3.4% View Suburb Profile
Bilinga QLD, 4225 -39.21% $1,079,000 $680pw 3.3% View Suburb Profile
Pennant Hills NSW, 2120 24.22% $2,000,000 $690pw 1.8% View Suburb Profile
Daisy Hill QLD, 4127 22.88% $725,000 $525pw 3.8% View Suburb Profile
Terang VIC, 3264 24.28% $343,000 $320pw 4.8% View Suburb Profile
Port Campbell VIC, 3269 Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable Unavailable View Suburb Profile