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Homeowners are netting up to $880,000 a year in capital gains during Sydney’s housing boom

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Home sellers in Earlwood

Zoran and Terina Pusic, with kids Ivi and Anton, sold their home in Earlwood for a windfall. Picture: David Swift


Lucky homeowners in Sydney’s boom suburbs have been out-earning the country’s highest paid professionals following the biggest explosion in prices in three decades.

Analysis of 2021 home sales showed multiple homeowners in some Sydney pockets netted more than $400,000 a year in resale profit off their properties – without doing renovations.

Among the most profitable sales was a house in the north shore suburb of Pymble which sold last month for $880,000 above the price paid in 2020.

The seller of the three-bedroom house on Cross St paid $1.88m in 2020 and resold the house this year in the same condition for $2.76m.

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