City of Stirling, WA

Stirling is a city located in Western Australia with 3,500 people. Historically, homes have been priced far beyond the reach of many of their residents. It is the third-largest city in Western Australia and has seen a steady growth of population since it started to attract more people from Perth. While there are more people on the rise, there are still some who are left behind without the possibility of buying an affordable home.

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The City of Stirling has recently passed a new policy that is focused on using AI to power this government. The policy focuses on using AI in order to improve their processes, make them more efficient, and make their city run more smoothly. The main focus of the policy is to use AI in order to improve their processes in the areas of data analytics, building systems, customer experience, and city operations. They hope that this will lead to better services for citizens and an overall better day-to-day experience for local government workers.

This creates a shortage of affordable housing which leaves many people unable to afford to live in Stirling. Some experts believe that the wait for affordable housing could be over once another development comes into place that will provide around 700 new apartments on top of 200 low-cost units that were recently constructed.

The city of Raleigh was once an agricultural community that had a few farms scattered on the hills. Raleigh was also known as the ‘City of Oaks.’ It wasn’t until the mid-1800s that Raleigh became an important trading hub. It quickly became the capital of North Carolina and received its current name, ‘Raleigh,’ in 1868.

The Stirling property market has seen a lot of changes in the last few years. The house price index has risen by over 20% over the last three years. A leading economist believes that this is due to many factors including low-interest rates, low unemployment, economic growth, immigration, and pressure on wages. This is also due to the increase in foreign investment in the market. It would appear that this trend does not seem to be slowing down anytime soon.

Stirling is a city in Scotland with a population of around 50,000 people. It lies on the banks of the River Tay and is an important centre for industry and commerce. The local press, television and radio have been powerful tools to shape public opinion. They provide information about community events, news, current affairs and more. This paper explores how the media has shaped public opinion in Stirling over time.

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Capital Growth Heatmap

Property Market Snapshot

This page provides an overview of the LGA real estate market. The data in this snapshot illustrates typical price, median rent and gross yield metrics for this council area. You are able to drill down to suburb-level data and charts which visualise these 3 key metrics as well as other important indicators in the dashboard section that follows.

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Typical Price for houses in this council area. Percent changes indicate Year on Year growth or decline in house values. Council area house prices are calculated by averaging Typical Price of all suburbs within the area. Typical Price is a more accurate metric than Median Price.

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Median Weekly Rent for houses in this council area. Percent changes indicate Year on Year growth or decline in rental prices. Calculated via median value formula applied to rental prices from online listings.

Yield

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Yearly Gross Yield for houses in this council area. Calculated by multiplying the Median Rent by 52 and dividing the resulting value by Typical Price. Percent changes indicate Year on Year growth or decline in Gross Yield for houses.

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Typical Price for units in this council area. Percent changes indicate Year on Year growth or decline in unit values. Council area house prices are calculated by averaging Typical Price of all suburbs within the area. Typical Price is a more accurate metric than Median Price.

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Median Weekly Rent for units in this council area. Percent changes indicate Year on Year growth or decline in rental prices. Calculated via median value formula applied to rental prices from online listings.

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Yearly Gross Yield for units in this council area. Calculated by multiplying the Median Rent by 52 and dividing the resulting value by Typical Price. Percent changes indicate Year on Year growth or decline in Gross Yield for units.

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How to use this Dashboard

This interactive dashboard illustrates the trends for key real estate metrics in the area. Use these metrics to determine potential return on investment from this property market and its’ sub-markets.

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Property Market in City of Stirling, WA

What LGAs neighbour City of Stirling, WA?

City of Stirling is surrounded by 6 other council areas – Joondalup, Vincent, Cambridge, Swan, Wanneroo, Bayswater.

Suburbs/localities in this Local Government Area: Dianella 6059, Scarborough 6019, Doubleview 6018, Wembley 6014, Herdsman 6017, Osborne Park 6017, Yokine 6060, Mount Lawley 6050, Inglewood 6052, Trigg 6029, Karrinyup 6018, Gwelup 6018, Carine 6020, Stirling 6021, Balcatta 6021, Hamersley 6022, Balga 6061, Westminster 6061, Mirrabooka 6061, Wembley Downs 6019, Churchlands 6018, Innaloo 6018, Woodlands 6018, Menora 6050, Coolbinia 6050, Joondanna 6060, Tuart Hill 6060, North Beach 6020, Watermans Bay 6020, Nollamara 6061, Glendalough 6016

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