Kingborough Council, Tasmania

Report for the House and Unit Market Segment - Model Source as at Q4, 2018

Kingborough Council, Tasmania

Premium members will see the table below showing Kingborough Council suburbs ranked by 2-year projected capital growth (revealed in the 7th column). Public and Standard memberships restrict access to projected growth ranking (columns 6-9).

The chart below illustrates quarterly median price and sales volume growth in Kingborough Council. Median price and sales actuals are depicted in a blue line and green bars respectively. Forecasts are colour coded as an orange line for median price and red bars for sales. Sign up to reveal the forecast data. Tip: Target areas with overall sales above 40/quarter and suburb level sales above 10/quarter.

The chart below plots the annual percent change in median prices for all suburbs in Kingborough Council starting from year 2009. Paying members will see the actual suburb names on the chart legend. Sign up to reveal cycle projections 2 years into the future. Tip: Areas that cross the red line more than 3 times are commonly poor candidates for capital growth investments.

Area map showing annual median price growth in Kingborough Council. Suburbs are colour coded in the red - yellow - green spectrum, with red depicting the lowest percentage growth and green the highest. Click on tooltips to reveal suburb details. Click on the Scatter button to see individual sales plotted on the area map. Tip: Zoom into the Scatter map and explore factors that influence prices in this area i.e. schools, hospitals, shopping centres are marked on the map.

This report aims to construct the buy & rent demand profile of Kingborough Council. Dwelling size and type preference is an important factor that needs to be considered by all investors with capital growth mindset. Tip: Target dwelling type and number of bedrooms that has the highest number of sales.

Loading data…

Need help interpreting the data above? See our FAQ page.

Suburbs included in this report: Allens Rivulet 7150 TAS, Coningham 7054 TAS, Electrona 7054 TAS, Fern Tree 7054 TAS, Gordon 7150 TAS, Howden 7054 TAS, Huntingfield 7055 TAS, Kettering 7155 TAS, Kingston 7050 TAS, Kingston Beach 7050 TAS, Leslie Vale 7054 TAS, Lower Snug 7054 TAS, Margate 7054 TAS, Oyster Cove 7150 TAS, Blackmans Bay 7052 TAS, Sandfly 7150 TAS, Bonnet Hill 7053 TAS, Taroona 7053 TAS, Tinderbox 7054 TAS, Adventure Bay 7150 TAS, Woodbridge 7162 TAS

Terry James

Terry is HtAG’s property investment advisor. With property investment experience that spans across two decades, Terry ensures HtAG’s service provisions match our client’s property investment needs. With intimate knowledge of Australia’s property market, attention to detail and passion for real-estate, Terry drives the relevance, value and accessibility of HtAG’s service offerings.

1 Comment
  • Avatar
    Posted at 11:09 am, March 3, 2019

    Is buying during low and selling during high a good property investment strategy? Or is there a rule of thumb for property investment in particular? I was looking into what’s the best capital growth suburbs to invest in and I luckily landed in your blog, so I had to just browse around! Learning new stuff. Great content btw!

Post a Comment