Spring is definitely in the air and so is hay fever. But are Australia’s Significant Urban Areas affected by it as well?
As mentioned in Episode 193, we are sharing LocationScore’s SUA Tracker Report for October 2018!
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What’s in this SUA Tracker Report?
In this month’s SUA Tracker, we see Ballarat on its 6 consecutive upward trend to a LocationScore of 70. But it’s still slightly behind Hobart which is holding its high score of 74. Meanwhile, the cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide are still holding their Location Score in the 60s.
What’s also interesting is the rise of Mackay. 3 years ago it had a very low score of 36. Now the LocationScore is up to a very healthy 60. But will it keep going or start levelling out?
But of course, we’re not just focusing on the positives here cause not all of the markets are on an upward trend. Wollongong’s LocationScore for example has slid around 10% in the last year and there are a couple of SUAs that are showing slight downward trends such as: Port Macquarie and Busselton.
Overall, most of the suburbs in this month’s SUA Tracker are maintaining their current LocationScore.
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