G'day y'all I've been playing around with reiv map location and price points, and decided to write down areas that are either surrounded by areas with a higher price points, and areas bordering a higher price point. Feel free to look at the map location to follow which show price points/recent growth for those that don't know the areas. REIV - Median Prices Wanted to ask everyone's opinion on how you perceive the below areas as a place to live, or an investment choice. If you could state why you like the area over others that would be great. Perhaps it's because you like the vibrancy of one suburb, or the safety of community, or better cashflow return if investment. I would like to work out which areas below would be perceived better over others. I have not taken into consideration suburb profiles such as household earnings, vacancy rates, supply/demand or anything like that. This is more a feel for what people like for what ever reason you want and why. Altona meadows Braybrook Hadfield Fawkner Heathmont Wantirna Heathmont Bayswater Boronia Ferntree Gully Knoxfeild Wheelers hill Heidelberg west Chelsea Seaford Mitcham Vermont Forest hill Blackburn south Burwood east Moorabbin Highett Cheltenham Mentone.