Property Data – See more, get more

If supply and demand are responsible for price, risk, affordability, and under/oversupply; then having access to this information at address level is invaluable.

Urban Statistic measures the scarcity and consumer desire of all multi-dwelling residential property around Australia to determine under and oversupply.  These insights help business and Government create better communities.  They enhance affordability, assist first home buyers, optimise social infrastructure, and better understand migration.

Urban Statistic takes a ‘deep dive’ into the supply and demand of sites within a geo-fenced location.

Businesses, entertainment, activities, attractions, recreation, parks, etc, are assessed to optimise and determine best locations for new retail, services, and multi-dwelling property.

Data insights are delivered via an online portal containing interactive mapping technology.

The address level insights are used across related industries that share a connection with society.  Property Developers can optimise ‘build to rent’ and ‘build to buy’ locations and trade area and spatial analysis for new retail.  Real Estate Agents can improve sales by showcasing targeted experiences.  Town Planners and Government can improve amenities and optimise Activity Centres and social infrastructure.

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Better Supply & Demand Statistics & Models

Better Risk Identifiers

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does Urban Statistic do?

Urban Statistic provides performance based interactive mapping and analytics products showcasing a range of data from suburb down to address level.

The fields we provide products for include:

  1. SUPPLIED – Property supply and demand for over 100,000 apartment buildings all over Australia. See here for more information.
  2. Built & Public Urban Environment – See the use, engagement, and performance of every site within a geographic area. See here for more information and examples.
  3. Property Valuation – Sworn and independent property valuation for Melbourne, Geelong, Ballarat, & Bendigo.   See here for more information.
    How is the data presented?

    The fact finding data is presented in visually appealing interactive maps and/or dashboards.

    You can create an account that enables anytime access.

    Subsequently, raw data can be provided in simple spreadsheets to use for your own means.  Please reach out to orders@urbanstatistic.com.au with your needs.

    Where does the intel come from?

    Conclusions are derived from various sources dependent on the product.  We use both digital and physical forms of data collection.  Data is determined, captured, cleaned, aggregated, analysed, concluded, & presented.

    What if I want to track data over time?

    No problem, our SUPPLIED tool can be accessed on a monthly or annual subcription basis.  The Built & Public Environment tool is customised, designed and prepared based on your brief.

    The interactive maps and dashboards will automatically update.  You don’t have to do anything.

    We need target based data for one specific category only

    The Built & Public Environment Tool is customised to your needs.  Complete the form here and recieve a phone call from a specialist.

    We're preparing our own reports, however we require additional information.

    We can complete research in full, part, or jointly with your organisation.  We can also present and format our research in the manner you require.

    Who is Urban Statistic for?

    We created specific tools for specific users.  Please read about how Urban Statistics Products benefit you.

    Many of our clients include Governments, Lenders, Property Institutions, Valuers, Economists, Property Developers, Universities, Fund Managers, Tech businesses, & Town Planners.

    Urban Statistic also provides education and commentary on supply & demand knowledge.

    What do these products cost?

    Pricing is provided for SUPPLIED on our website.

    Pricing for the Built & Public Environment Tool is dependent on customised needs

    Our objective is to increase your revenue and/or decrease your costs.

    I heard you provide independent property valuations. Is this correct?

    Yes, absolutely.  Property valuations are completed by Valuers who have an accredited property degree and licence from the Australian Property Institute.

    Given property values are a condition of supply & demand, we’re primed to deliver a result indicative of market value. 

    We provide this service across Melbourne and surrounding areas including Geelong, Ballarat, and anywhere inbetween.

    See our Independent Property Valuations page here for more information and a free no obligation quote.

    About Urban Statistic

    David Cavigan - Property Valuer Victoria

    Urban Statistic is a multi-disciplinary research house that uncovers sophisticated supply & demand insights at address level in a format that’s easy to visualise and compare for the purpose of maximising decisions and enhancing outcomes.

    At Urban Statistic, we provide comprehensive fact finding at a granular level so people in organisations make better decisions based on data backed intelligence that provide the best opportunity for success.

    We’re immersed in the trends and results created through people behaviour.

    Aggregating data across interconnected fields generates stories used to enhance opportunity and this is passed onto you!

    David Cavigan is a property Valuer and holds a Bachelor Degree in Property and Real Estate with Distinction.  While working as a Valuer, one of the pitfalls to valuation was little information pertaining to asset supply & demand.  Using the ‘Factors of Value’, David has created means to measure supply & demand as an indicator of performance at address level for both residential real estate and commercial use.

    News & Education

    The Steps to Residential Property Data Performance

    The Steps to Residential Property Data Performance

    The 4 steps to take advantage of residential property data   Do you agree supply and demand has a correlation with price?  If yes, then you need to immerse yourself with data at suburb level.  Observing the moving data for many locations provides many insights...

    How is a Real Estate Market formed?

    How is a Real Estate Market formed?

    How is a real estate market formed? A real estate market is formed when multiple people place similar levels of importance on the ‘factors of value’ - utility, desire, scarcity, and effective purchasing power/willingness to pay.   In a previous article and video...

    What are the Foundations of Demand and Supply

    What are the Foundations of Demand and Supply

    What are the demand and supply factors that create monetary value? A product or service must have utility, desire, scarcity, and effective purchasing power to have a monetary value.  These are called the ‘factors of value’, and represent the fundamentals of demand and...

    Property Scarcity and price – Part 2

    Property Scarcity and price – Part 2

    In part 1 we learned what scarcity is and its relationship with utility. We also learned why scarcity has an influence on both land and the improvements e.g. a house.

    PRODUCTS ⇓

    SUPPLIED

    Scarcity, consumer desire, and under/over supply measured for over 100,000 multi-dwelling addresses.

    Built & Public Environment

    See and understand how people are using the built & public environment at address level.