Miss out Your Investment Property’s landmark Hottest 50 report, released in the June edition of the magazine? You can download the full report – or just the pages with the area/s you’re interested in.
The Hottest 50 report is a collaboration between Your Investment Property magazine and NextHotSpot.com.au, pairing the latter’s meticulous research on the development of markets across the country with Your Investment Property’s objective analysis of vacancy rates, supply and demand figures and rental yields.
The report also provides an overview on how the markets in each state are performing as a whole, detailing why properties in some states are assured a better future than others.
Download the Full Report on all 50 area’s (or just the suburb’s you want) by clicking here.
The report is unique in that it uses infrastructure developments, population trends, proposed construction numbers, as well as existing rental information, to forecast which markets are going to become hotbeds of activity in the near future – not what has already boomed.
The report also gives each of the 50 regions explored an investment score out of 100. This represents how ‘hot’ these markets currently are and how much potential there is for investors to secure properties that will perform strongly over the long-term.
The 50 regions where suburbs are examined include:
Albion, Bowen, Bundaberg, Capalaba, Emerald, Ipswich, Mackay, Mount Gravatt, Rockhampton, South Brisbane, Springwood, Toowoomba, Townsville, Stafford
Balga, Belmont, Cockburn Central, Spearwood, Fremantle, Lockridge, Mandurah, Midland, Mount Lawley, Murdoch, Rockingham, Wembley
Albury, Blacktown LGA, Rutherford, Goulburn, North West NSW, Edmondstone Park, Mudgee, Newcastle CBD, West Newcastle, Parkes, Canterbury
Ballarat, Bendigo, Frankston, Geelong (West), Lydhurst, Hastings, Sale, Wodonga
Flinders Uni precinct, Seaford region, Kilburn
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