Boomscore Hotspot Finder

find the best suburbs to invest in with Boomscore Hotspot Finder

Find The Best Suburbs To Invest In With Boomscore Hotspot Finder

Boomscore Hotspot Finder rank orders 15,000+ Australian suburbs based on the ratio of demand to supply for units and houses in each suburb to highlight the best suburbs to invest in. The summary capital growth potential score - or Boom Score - is measured against 8 leading property market statistics that indicate the demand for property relative to the supply of property on the market.

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find the best suburbs to invest in with Boomscore Hotspot Finder

Main Benefits of Boomscore Hotspot Finder:

  • Reduces frustration
    No more wondering where to invest for maximum returns. Every additional 1% capital growth can add thousands of dollars to your net worth.
  • Relies on science not biased opinion
    Everyone has an opinion about where to invest for maximum returns. Few get it right. Boomscore crunches vast troves of property data for you without care for commissions or fees.
  • Easy to use
    We've taken the data science and made it easy. Even our founder's 6 year-old daughter's list of the best suburbs to invest in went on to beat all the property market expert predictions in only 4-clicks.

Learn how to profile and analyse a suburb with these helpful articles

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This article was written by Boomscore creator, Michael Fuller for the September 2013 Smart Property Investor (SPI) Magazine (but it's still a

With so much property market data published in the media, it’s hard to tell if this data is causing price movement or

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