Where do I go to find 'long-term capital growth data by suburb' for free

Discussion in 'Information Resources & Tools' started by Taku Ekanayake, 4th Sep, 2016.

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  1. Taku Ekanayake

    Taku Ekanayake Mortgage Broker @KinFinancial Business Member

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    Hey all,

    Apologies if this has already been posted - I couldn't find it in my search.

    Which free site(s) do you guys use to collect data on long-term capital growth data by suburb?

    By 'long-term', I mean at minimum 15 years history.

    Thank you for your feedback :)


    Cheers,
    Taku
     
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  2. GreenGoblin

    GreenGoblin Well-Known Member

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    I'll PM you a link to a report that looks at the past 10 years (sorry, not 15) around the country. Not everything you're after, but a start...
     
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  3. BuyersAgent

    BuyersAgent Well-Known Member Business Member

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    Same here Taku - real estate dot com dot au does 10 yrs graph in their invest section but Im not aware of free resource doing 15yrs. Pricefinder(not free obviously) is back to 1998 so 18yrs. If you need a suburb snapshot or 2 shoot me a pm
     
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  4. House

    House Well-Known Member

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    @Taku Ekanayake Any luck with the free sources?

    Read in the Slack-Smith book that the 'annual supplement with the Residex reports' go back 20 years. Think it's this one but get it free when you subscribe to the State Market Reports. One report is only $90 and shows 'capital growth, rental yield & total return - last year and the average over the last 20 years'. Not too pricey for that kind of info.

    Might be some free reports at your local library- State Library of New South Wales /Serials
     
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  5. Taku Ekanayake

    Taku Ekanayake Mortgage Broker @KinFinancial Business Member

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    thanks @BuyersAgent for the offer. Will take you up on it :)

    @House thanks for the link mate!
     
  6. virhlpool

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    Taku.. could you get any free resource? Please share if you don't mind.
     
  7. DCarbs

    DCarbs New Member

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    Hi, I'd also be keen for data like this - is there anything out there. Would love it in excel format - after all everything is better in spreadsheet format ...ha ha