Infill reports provide valuable market intelligence for unit and town house developers and builders.
4 ways Infill reports help your business
- Identify new opportunities – Identify precincts where unit and townhouse product offers strong value relative to the detached housing market.
- Inform financial decisions and feasibility - Use data from Infill reports during the acquisition phase to get a quick overview on the types of attached property that is in demand within a suburb and its price points. Determine the comparative health of your infill precinct to complete sales target forecasts and marketing budgets.
- Align pricing and features with market demand – Understand existing price points, size and property attributes that are in demand to ensure new projects sell faster, for maximum value and the best returns possible.
- Save money on analytics and research – Infill reports are the most affordable way to receive new housing corridor market insights and will free up your analysts’ tim
Infill reports are delivered by postcode with suburb by suburb breakdowns. They arrive monthly via email in PDF format and outline the following data.
- Number of sales trend by quarter
- Median sales price trend – attached and detached.
- Number of new listings
- % of new listings by segment
- Health indicators – time on market, discounting, median rental yield.
- Heath indicators & Attached product median sale price by segment – and quarter.
- Sales & Median Gross Area by attributes
- Median sales price by type
- Average price per sqm by gross area
Download a sample PDF report here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Infill reports are available for every postcode nationally. Within each report is a breakdown of the data by the suburbs captured within that postcode.
The size of the report is dependent upon how many suburbs are captured as part of the postcode. The reports deliver well designed, graphical and tabular content with strategic insights on key established housing market metrics and trends.
An infill development is one that occurs within an established urban area where the site of the development is either vacant or has previously been used for another land use – ie: residential units located on a site that once contained an old factory. Residential infill development generally occurs in inner city precincts close to transport infrastructure and retail amenity
Yes, the reports are available as either a one off, or by subscription (four reports per annum).
CoreLogic has partnered with Urban Supply Intelligence (USI) to deliver the Infill reports combining Australia’s largest provider of property information with USI’s intimate knowledge of the development sector. Learn more.