Where to find historical Capital Growth & Rental Rates

Discussion in 'Property Information Resources & Tools' started by JohnM99, 9th Feb, 2020.

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  1. JohnM99

    JohnM99 New Member

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    Hi,

    I am trying to find a resource that can provide me with the following:

    1. Yearly capital growth rates by suburbs for the past 15 years
    2. Yearly rental increase rates by suburbs for the past 15 years
    I am happy to pay for the data but struggling to find it. If anyone knows where I can find it that would be super.

    Cheers
     
  2. Trainee

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    How do you expect this data to help you with investment decisions? Do you think the last 15 years helps you predict what future returns will be?
     
  3. Archaon

    Archaon Well-Known Member

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    Domain sold and rental stats
     
  4. Paul@PFI

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    Corelogic - A paid service. They receive all property sales from state data, land transfers etc across the country and provide agencies with statistical data. And also sell it

    Not sure about rents since its not regulated data for reporting. Highly prone to mistake due to the variance between low, high and median as "property" is not homogenous and may be affected by other issues like higher density property, size and many other factors. Maybe ABS but maybe not suburb by suburb except census data each 4 years... Past performance is no indicator of future performance

    Also in map form ?
    Census Data

    Here is something from 2016 - repeat each year ending in 1 or 6.....
    QuickStats
     
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