Listen to Lynsey and Monique to discover who buys property on the Balmain peninsula.

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Following is the video transcript.

Lynsey Kemp
Principal, Belle Property Balmain

With a median age of 43, Balmain residents comprise predominantly of couples with young children right through to parents with university-age teens. The Balmain Peninsula appeals to highly-educated people seeking a village atmosphere and close proximity to the city. Homebuyers are generally affluent and business-savvy. Many working in banking, higher education or health services. Buyers are looking for easy to maintain properties with character, they are not concerned with space but rather ‘charm’ – and a water view is always an added bonus.

Monique Dower
Principal, Belle Property Balmain

Over the past 20 years, we’ve seen a fairly predictable migration pattern with more people wanting to move to the Balmain peninsula than leave. People generally transition from the Eastern Suburbs and North Shore. Local residents who move often remain within the Inner West.The Balmain Peninsula community is also popular with Empty Nesters who return to have arts and entertainment on their doorstep. Plus we mustn’t forget our population of pets. The peninsula is known for being dog and cat-friendly – a bonus for anyone with furry friends.

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