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South Coast home owners are making a major profit on property sales as the regional rental crisis worsens

Brittney Levinson
By Brittney Levinson
May 13 2022 - 7:30pm
The sale of 2/5-7 Golf Avenue, Mollymook on the NSW South Coast resulted in a $880,000 gain, six years later. Picture: Ray White Surfside Properties - Ulladulla

Property sellers on the NSW South Coast enjoyed huge gains in the last quarter of 2021 but one agent warned the high number of investors cashing in their properties was exacerbating the regional rental crisis.

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Brittney Levinson

Brittney Levinson

Property reporter

Brittney Levinson joined The Canberra Times in 2021 as part of ACM's national property team. As the region's dedicated property journalist, Brittney covers everything from real estate trends and new developments through to the stories behind the record-breaking sales. Got a news tip? Get in touch: brittney.levinson@canberratimes.com.au

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