Tree-changer Roz is flying high in Narromine property market

Boom times in Narromine are causing the same rental and house purchase shortages seen elsewhere, with Council doing its best to open up new developments in the Shire.
With innovative solutions, including recent sale of dozens of lots at the historic airport and plans to effectively flood-proof the town, the future is looking bright for the Shire west of Dubbo.
Local realtor, Roz Reynolds, is herself a recent tree-changer from the big smoke, and like many others, is now enjoying the best that country life has to offer.
The principal of the local LJ Hooker says, however, that getting a place to lay your head is no walk in the park; though a little better than the post-COVID feeding frenzy.
“The sales market and the rental market are both strong with low vacancies; they’re both very tight, though it has stabilised a little bit,” she said.
“There’s very little available compared to two or three years ago, but we’ve now got some more properties on the market, but it’s still very strong” she added.
Like many Sydney-siders, she began to look bush during the COVID lockdowns, that impacted the lives of people in larger metropolitan areas disproportionately.
“It’s a lovely town, I moved here at the end of 2020, for family reasons, my daughter married a farmer,” she explained.
“There’s quite a lot of diversity in the market, tree-changers, investors who buy properties and think, ‘I’ll move here one day’, young families.”
One of the innovative land developments that have “taken-off” in town, are a number of lots for recreational flyers to build homes out at the historic Narromine Airport, which trained hundreds of pilots during the dark days of World War II.
“There’s been high demand for that, with about 35 lots sold out there, called ‘Sky Park’, there’s also the World Gliding Championships on out here, showing how

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