Property Data & Research
Invest like a professional, with essential property data and research to help you find the fastest growing and highest yielding suburbs in your state and around Australia.
Top performing suburbs by 12 month growth
|Suburb||Property Type||Median Price||12 Month Growth|
|Forrestdale 6112, WA||House||$1,694,000||76%|
|Adventure Bay 7150, TAS||House||$536,000||55%|
|Alfred Cove 6154, WA||Land||$1,206,000||51%|
|Abbotsford 2046, NSW||Unit||$2,115,000||49%|
|Albert Park 5014, SA||Land||$450,000||47%|
|Albert Park 5014, SA||Unit||$380,000||45%|
|Charleville 4470, QLD||House||$263,000||42%|
|Muirhead 0810, NT||House||$600,000||42%|
|Rainbow Beach 4581, QLD||Unit||$330,000||42%|
|The Hill 2300, NSW||House||$1,320,000||41%|
Helpful informationView more FAQs
How do investors make money from property?
If owned outright, property can generate return from capital gains and/or through rent. If you have bought a REIT you will receive distributions of rental income or dividends depending on the company’s structure.
What is negative gearing?
Negative gearing occurs when the expenses of a residential property (interest, depreciation, etc.) are greater than the income (i.e. rent) received. This creates a loss which can be used to offset income tax.
What types of property can an individual invest in?
The four main categories of property are residential property, commercial property, real estate investment trusts and property syndicates.