15,000+ Australian Suburbs Data to Power
Your Investment Decisions
The most comprehensive investment property data for every suburb in Australia – with linked state, suburb, postcode, online search's buyers demand, median price, median rent, rental yield, average annual growth, vacancy rate, number of sales, days on market, population, gross weekly income, median monthly mortgage repayments and more. It is the perfect tool for property investors, buyer's agents, real estate agents, property managers, mortgage brokers, valuers, and even property developers.
Consistent & Well-Organised Data
Where is the best location to buy a property? What are the best suburbs to invest in? Where can you buy a property below $500,000? You can get the answers to these questions in one customisable dashboard, with no need for additional lookups or complex conversions. All records include linked location data (state, suburb, post code), plus other relevant information including population.
Regular Monthly Updates
You can have complete confidence in the quality of our data. The products available from this website contain public information collected from different government websites, property sale & rental listings, and from different property agents across Australia. SuburbsFinder modifies, transforms and reconfigures all of these data in order to create, collate, compile, produce and provide relevant content and products.
ONE LIST OF DATA PROVIDING ENDLESS INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES!
Within seconds, by just filtering and sorting, you’ll be able to identify which suburbs
Described by many users as the Cookie Cutter for finding the best suburbs to buy investment properties! People are finding our products very easy to use, helping them on their day-to-day research on suburbs with good capital growth and cashflow.
Number of Sales
Days on Market
Renter / Owner Occupier
of People Looking
for a Room to Rent
Median Number of
for Rent Online
for a Room
“Is every city/town/village included?” and other FAQs
Is every city/town/village included?
All suburbs that have sufficient sales are listed in the data, with no duplicates. It contains both urban localities (cities, towns, villages and suburbs) plus dispersed rural communities. All states and territories are covered in the data.
Why are there suburbs that have 'No Data'?
We do not report figures for geographical areas where the number of new bonds or sales is 10 or less for a particular month because there's not enough data to make the report statistically sufficient.
How often is the data updated?
The dashboard data median price, median rent, rental yield, capital growth, vacancy rate, median number of people looking for a room, median number of advertised rooms online, median price for a room, and more are regularly updated every month.
Can I customise the dashboards and graphs based on the insights I need?
Every individual has a particular way of analysing data that is why we made sure that our dasboards are fully customisable. Users can set filters on all data, arrange the order of data, hide data that are of less interest, and save filter settings and graphs. Users can also create default settings for easy referencing the next time they log in.
How reliable is the data?
SuburbsFinder collects and aggregates public information from different government websites, property sale and rental listings, and from different property agents across Australia. Suburbs Finder modifies, transforms and reconfigures the collected data to create, collate, compile, produce and provide content and SuburbsFinder Products.