Total Market Analysis Tool Pack (pro)




  • Over 12,500 Australian locations.
  • Both houses & units included.
  • Both current and historical data included.
  • Demand & Supply Balance – how much demand in a location by asset type compared with the quantity of supply.
  • Median price.
  • Number of data positions median price went up or down.
  • 3 month price growth.
  • Gross yield.
  • Asking price.
  • Average land size m2 per sale.
  • Price per m2 for a real account of value.
  • Both demand & supply statistics.
  • All demand & supply statistics ranked 1-100 to gauge performance and determine a benchmark.
  • Combined Demand & Supply Rank – every demand & supply statistic combined together to give one ranking per location and asset type.
  • Method of sale as a %.
  • % of data used.
  • % of owner occupiers & % of investors for each location.
  • Uncover the condition of every property market.
  • Identify risky areas.
  • Predict short term futures.
  • Over 996,000 data points of information.
  • Interactive & dynamic graphs & charts.
  • All information included for micro property economies, designed for asute property economic professionals.

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Glossary of the statistics included

Supply & Demand Balance – Demand & Supply balance for locations is based on the average number of sales p/mth V’s the number of properties for sale.  It is the most relevant and simple manner in which to determine the amount of supply & demand in a location per asset type.


Median Price – The median price is the middle number from all the sales over the preceding 12 months.


Asking Price – The Asking Price is the median ‘for sale’ price.  It is the median price that vendors are wanting to sell their property for.  The Asking Price can be compared with the Median Price.

If the Asking Price is less than the Median Price there are cheaper properties on the market.  If this is the case you can also assume the Median Price may drop considering there are cheaper properties for sale in the location.


3 month Price Growth – The 3 month price growth is the increase in the median price over a 3 month period as a percentage.  A negative result means prices have decreased.  A positive result means prices have increased.


How many positions did Median Price go up or down – As explained above, Median Price is the middle number from all the sales.  When the Median Price goes up or down, it’s important to know by how many positions.

If there is a large amount of variance between each sale, Median Price could increase or decrease by hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Knowing how many positions the Median Price has increased or decreased keeps Median Price in perspective.


Average Land Size per m2 – This is the average land size from properties that have recently.


Price per m2 – This is the Median Price divided by the Average Land Size.  The Median Price doesn’t factor in the land size so it doesn’t provide an accurate account of price.

Price per m2 means we can compare price accurately against other locations.


Gross Yield – Yield is a measurement of asset cash flow compared to asset value. Generally speaking, if Gross Yield is decreasing, capital growth is increasing as rents aren’t moving at the same rate.

Gross Yield does not include any expenses in the calculation.


Sales Method – The Sales Method’s include By Private Treaty, At Auction, and Prior To Auction.  The Sales Method provides an account of how properties are being sold.  It is useful to see the manner in which Agents sell property.

Selling by auction indicates more demand.


Combined Demand & Supply Rank – Every demand & supply statistic for a location is ranked out of 100 in comparison with other locations.

The Combined Demand & Supply Rank is the average of both Demand & Supply statistics combined together to give a total representation of a location.

It is the best measurement of locational performance for a market compared to surrounding markets.  It is a rank from 1-100.  The LOWER the number, the better the overall ranking.


Days on Market (both statistic & rank) – Days on Market is a measurement of time. It is the average amount of days it takes a property to sell.

The Days on Market Ranking is a rank from 1-100 for a location in comparison with other locations.  A LOWER rank means it takes less time to sell property which is an indication of higher demand.  The LOWER the rank the better.


Average Tenant Interest (both statistic & rank) – Average Tenant Interest measures the level of pre-rent interest for houses and units by location.  It answers the question, where are people searching to rent?

The ranking is from 1-100 for a location in comparison with other locations.  A LOWER RANK is better.  A lower rank means more people are searching for property in that location.  The LOWER the rank the better.


Average Vendor Discount (both statistic & rank) – Average Vendor Discount compares the listed price with the sold price.  It’s useful to gauge expectation vs reality.  A property may be listed for sale at $600,000 and sell for $550,000 giving a Vendor Discount of -8.3%.

It can also be a positive figure, which means buyers are paying more than the listed price.  The Average Vendor Discount is a measure of price expectation, therefore it measures the demand at price points.

The Average Vendor Discount Rank is a ranking from 1 to 100.  The LOWER the rank, the better.


Market Absorption Rate (both statistic & rank) – The Market Absorption Rate measures how many months it would take to run out of housing inventory if no more property listings entered the market.  A lower number means higher demand, whereas a higher number means higher supply.

The Market Absorption Rate Rank is a ranking from 1-100.  The LOWER the rank, the better.


Vacancy Rate (both statistic & rank) – The Vacancy Ratio or Rate is a measurement of household occupation. It is the number of properties listed for rent divided by total rental properties in the area.

The lower the ratio, the closer the location is to fully occupied. For this statistic, houses and units are combined to create a total Vacancy Ratio for the suburb e.g. both houses and units will have the same result

The Vacancy Rate Rank is a ranking from 1-100.  The LOWER the rank, the lower the Vacancy Rate compared to other locations.


Stock on Market (both statistic & rank) – This statistic is a measurement of how many properties are for sale divided by the total amount of properties in the area. Results are segmented into houses and units.

The lower the better.  For example, 3.14% means 3.14% of property is listed for sale in that location.

The Stock on Market Rank is a ranking from 1 to 100.  The LOWER the rank, the lower the Stock on Market compared to other locations.


No. of New Property Added per month (both statistic & rank) – This statistic is a measurement of how many properties entered the market for sale in the last month.  This statistic is related to Stock on Market but instead, only measures the amount of property that’s entered the market in the past month.

The ranking is from 1-100.  The LOWER the rank means less property has entered the market over the last month compared with other locations.  LOWER is better.


% of available data – This is the amount of data that was used to determine the Combined Demand & Supply Rank. A result of 100% means all statistics were available and used.


Owner Occupier Stock – Owner Occupier Stock is a measurement of ownership. It identifies the amount of owner occupiers in a location. The information is provided by the Australian Bureau of Statistics Census August 2016.

Investor Stock – Same as Owner Occupier Stock but is a measurement of how many investors own property in a location.