Lismore land values down, Valuer General reports

DURING the three-year period since landowners in the Lismore local government area were last issued with Notices of Valuation by the NSW Valuer General's department, the value of residential land in Lismore, Goonellabah, Bexhill, Clunes, Dunoon and Nimbin has generally shown a slight decrease, according to a department report.

Commercial land values in the Lismore CBD, including Molesworth, Woodlark, Carrington and Keen Streets also have decreased a little.

Commercial land values in Wyrallah Road and North and South Lismore have generally remained steady, while commercial land in Dawson Street and the eastern end of Conway Street have moderately increased in value.

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