Investment markets perform better when we know more about how the market is operating. By conducting research and publishing the most up-to-date information, we can help you make educated choices about your investments.
The Urbis Apartment Market Essentials is the most comprehensive national survey in Australia and the only survey where sales data for apartment projects with 25 or more units is collected at the time of contract rather than at settlement.
Our economists analyse the data quarterly and provide you with the latest market activity and the future supply pipeline. The interactive report allows you to filter, select and interrogate exclusive sales and supply data at a granular level. Each city has been divided into key locality precincts – allowing you to drill into the data where it matters most.
What’s in the dashboard?
100% of future supply is covered in our key study areas
- New project launches and upcoming launches
- Apartments approved in the quarter
- Future supply status by precinct and product type – all apartments under development application and development approval status, and deferred developments.
- Project settlement statistics
Status and location of all actively selling developments provided
- Active project details – status and location of all actively selling developments and a sample of sales data provided every quarter.
- Sales over time
- Sales trends by product type
- Average prices and sizes recorded
What are our key study areas?
How can I get access?
If you can provide sales data for a development of 25 apartments or more within the study areas, please contact us to discuss how to participate. Participants receive complimentary access to the Urbis Apartment Essentials Dashboard.
Can’t participate but keen to know what is happening in the apartment market? Subscribers can access the data for a fee – details are in the subscription form below or contact us for more information.
If you would like to know more about how we could implement a customised dashboard for you with our data or yours, please feel free to contact our Property Economics and Research experts below.