The team at PropertyData are pleased to announce the official launch of our new Suburb pages.
These pages incorporate insights from the REIV research team alongside automatically generated statistics to provide a snapshot of the market. These are accompanied by a summary of relevant demographic data from the latest census and data from other sources to provide a picture of the suburb.
These are intended as a launching point and we have plans to continue to fine tune and add to these pages but would welcome feedback around what you would like to see included. Feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org any feedback or questions.
These new pages can be found in the “Expert Insights” section under the Suburbs subheading. From this page follow the prompts to search for a suburb and bring up the data for the area.
The Market Data section has two main views displaying either House or Unit data based on your selection. This section incorporates the REIV Median Price releases with graphs going back up to 5 years which can be toggled between annual and quarterly timeframes. Where available the current quarterly and annual medians are also displayed below the graph.
The lower section provides sales statistics generated by PropertyData which cover transactions from the last 12 months, these statistics are recalculated nightly based on the latest data available.
This section provides an overview of the composition of the suburb looking at the total number of dwellings and suburb size to get an idea of density, the percentage of occupied dwellings and of the percentage of owner occupied dwellings. This continues with a breakdown of dwelling type and the number of bedrooms for each dwelling type.
This section looks at the population of the suburb with an overview of household size, families and a breakdown of age. This section also includes a summary of the current students and a list of schools located in the suburb.
Workforce and Transport
The final two sections cover the workforce and transportation starting with an overview of the size of the labour force, employment and industry. This is followed by a breakdown of qualifications and area of study. The final section provides and overview of the number of cars per dwelling and how people travel to work.