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Jan. 27, 2011, 1 p.m.
Kippa Ring Property Watch Q1 2011
Scope The following Property Watch report is the result of an examination of historic and current market activity within the Redcliffe Peninsula. The report takes into account recent sales, median house prices and price points over the past ten years. The aim of this report is to outline the recent performance of the housing and unit market , while considering external factors that may influence the market. For the purpose of this report the Redcliffe Peninsula includes the suburbs of Redcliffe, Clontarf, Kippa-Ring, Woody Point, Margate and Scarborough. Area Characteristics The Redcliffe Peninsula is located roughly 25 kilometres north of ...
Jan. 4, 2011, 1 p.m.
Sydney Hotspots 2011
The purpose of this Property Watch report is to assess suburbs of Sydney that have the potential to perform over the coming year. Suburbs have been chosen based on current pricing levels, infrastructure, property trends, access to amenity and other factors. What happened in 2010? As seen from the map to the right, 132 suburbs recorded at least ten per cent growth over the year, backed by a significant number of transactions. The Hotspots 2010 table shows the suburbs within Sydney that achieved the highest median price growth over the year. The highest growth in the house market occurred in ...
Dec. 31, 2010, 1 p.m.
Lower North Shore Property Watch Q3 2010
Area Characteristics Sydney's Lower North Shore is known for its peaceful and leafy suburbs. The Lane Cove and Willoughby LGAs are bordered by Sydney Harbour in the south and Lane Cove River in the west. To the east lies Middle Harbour and to the north is the council of Ku-Ring-Gai. The area is located six kilometres north of the Sydney CBD. The Lower North Shore has a mix of detached houses, as well as apartments, mainly around Chatswood and the Pacific Highway. The majority of amenities can be found in the town centres of Chatswood and Lane Cove village, while ...
Dec. 31, 2010, 1 p.m.
Brisbane Hotspots 2011
The purpose of this Hotspot report is to identifies suburbs of Brisbane that have the potential to perform over the coming year. Suburbs have been chosen based on current pricing levels, infrastructure, property trends, access to amenity and other factors. In addition, our hotspot picks from the past year were analysed to see how they performed. Performance of 2010 hot spot picks Our ten hotspots from twelve months ago are shown to the right, together with how they performed over the past year. A total of 57 suburbs in the Brisbane LGA made over 10% growth in the median house ...