Residential Property Research
BIS Shrapnel regularly undertakes a range of tailored research for clients to address specific market issues. This allows us to leverage our on-going market research while focusing on specific client requirements.
BIS Shrapnel’s catchment analysis service helps developers to better understand that catchment of their residential subdivisions, from both a marketing perspective and a product development perspective.
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Generation Y will be the largest force in the residential owner occupier market in Sydney over the next decade. What will this market be looking for?
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BIS Shrapnel’s most popular residential report, Residential Property Prospects 2014 – 2017 provides a comprehensive review of the outlook for residential property in each of Australia’s capital cities and the regional areas of Cairns, Townsville, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Newcastle and Wollongong.
Comprehensive outlooks for the residential land market in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth or Adelaide. Each report begins with a macro overview, drilling down to subregional lot production and sales trends. Forecasts are provided for residential dwelling demand, supply, broadhectare lot production, and house and vacant land price growth.
Comprehensive analysis for the inner city apartment markets of Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane. These studies identify and analyse separate inner city apartment precincts in each capital city, highlighting in each their own distinctive demand and supply profiles. Our latest report Apartments in Sydney Suburbs 2014 – 2019 extends to Sydney’s middle ring suburbs and in key locations.
Emerging Trends in Residential Market Demand uses Census data from 1986 through to the latest 2011 Census to identify the long term demographic trends that are taking place among the different purchaser segments of the residential market, and the consequent impact they are having on the demand for different types of dwellings.
As the population continues to age, the holiday home market will become an increasingly larger niche, particularly in a number of regional pockets.