These are some of our favourite real estate industry sources for gathering valuable property data. Every good property investor will tell you that it’s vital to do thorough research and collect valuable property data to guide your real estate purchase. To help you with your property research we’re giving you four of our top property industry sources. Each report provides relevant, local and timely information about real estate and property. Happy reading!
Core Logic’s Housing & Economic Report http://www.corelogic.com.au/reports/chart-pack.html
- This report includes property data, information and statistics on property value and growth, home sale data and trends, selling time and discounting level for home sales, number of new listings, and economic data for the month. Visit the website to download the report each month. The report is published monthly.
REIQ Queensland Market Monitor Report (residential property only) https://www.reiq.com/reiq/research/research_queensland_market_monitor.aspx
- This report is released quarterly and focuses on residential sales and rental markets of the Sunshine State. The report is read by everyone from real estate professionals, astute investors, first home buyers to financial planners. It’s a valuable tool for analysing property data making comparisons among regions and market segments, and to keep you updated on the latest trends affecting Queensland residential property.
Core Logic’s Mapping the Market Report http://www.corelogic.com.au/news/quarterly-mapping-the-market-report
- This report highlights the market performance across individual regions, and suburbs across a capital city. Don’t be misled by statistics at a national or broad regional regional area, as they only tell you part of the story. Published quarterly, this report uses property data to create a series of thematic maps highlighting the following for houses and units – media values, 12 month change in values, median rental rates, 12 month change in median rental rates.
Core Logic’s Pain & Gain Report http://www.corelogic.com.au/news/profit-loss-making-areas-released-in-corelogic-pain-gain-report
- This quarterly report uncovers the profits earned and the losses made from property sales throughout the quarter. It reveals which locations have been the most valuable for investment.
The Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) has been the state’s peak professional association for the real estate industry since 1918.
Blocksidge & Ferguson Ltd is proud to be a member of The Real Estate Institute of Queensland. To find our properties for sale, or more information about the REIQ, please go to
The Urban Development Institute of Australia (Qld) is the largest professional membership organisation representing the interests of the property development industry in Queensland.
Residential Tenancies Authority
The Residential Tenancies Authority administers the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008 (the Act). It is a self-funding statutory authority, which operates on income generated from interest earned on bonds held.
Office of Fair Trading
Brisbane City Council
And last but not least, the Blocksidge Real Estate blog – read articles about residential and commercial real estate in and around Brisbane CBD.
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