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Stirling WA

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Your Focus Market

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DISCOVER OUR METHODS

HOW DO WE SELECT OUR MARKETS?

Targeting locations which will grow in value by understanding what these push and pull factors are, when they will occur and how long they are due to last is what allows us to make assumptions for strong market growth.

Our methodology aligns with a number of different driving factors. Some of these include government funding, economic uplifting projects, infrastructure introduction, flanking market affects and more. However, the underlying factors comes down to a couple of basic principals, supply and demand from population movement and demographic demand.

In proud partnership with Australia's top property economists. We formulate specific data reports based on our client's requirements and the markets we shop in. Our partners have been awarded the Innovation Patent Housing Market Prediction Solution, which predicts housing price changes at suburb level up to ten years into the future.

STIRLING REGION

Stirling is a suburb of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, about 10 km north of Perth’s central business district (CBD) along the Mitchell Freeway. Its local government area is the City of Stirling, whose council offices and administration centre are located in the southwest of the mostly residential suburb.

The City of Stirling has a population of 219,981 (based on the 2016 census data) and a rich, diverse natural and physical landscape covering approximately 104 sq km, including 6.5 km of coastline, 627 ha of parks, gardens and developed reserves, 616 ha of natural bushland, 30 suburbs, from Railway Parade, Mount Lawley in the east, to Scarborough, Trigg, North Beach and Watermans Bay in the west.

Stirling has a number of strategic advantages – its unique mix of location; cultures; major transport links; beaches; bushland; facilities and services; options for recreation and leisure; high quality retail and commercial centres; restaurants, cinemas, tourist accommodation; and available industrial land make it a natural hub for economic and tourist activity.

Why is this a good option?

City of Stirling Community Profile

The City of Stirling’s population and households are increasingly diverse.

Economic and Tourism Development Strategy 2021 – 2025

This strategy seeks to harness the potential of the City and guide the City to achieve economic and tourism growth

Stirling Economic Profile

Home to 223,260 people, Stirling supports 80,350 jobs and has an annual economic output of $35.790 billion.

Official Website

The City of Stirling's official website is where you can find out more about their services for residents, businesses, our community and visitors.

Strategic Community Plan

The Plan will be guiding the City’s priorities and decisions on matters such a services, projects, assets, infrastructure, land use, workforce planning and financial management.

Economically influencing projects

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