Why does PRDnationwide Research continually appear in the media and why are we frequently contacted to offer our opinion on the state of the real estate market? Because research and market knowledge is our greatest strength and we pride ourselves on our ability to source the most accurate, up to date research material for our clients.
The company employs qualified researchers who focus solely on property analysis. PRDnationwide and Colliers International researchers are located accros the nation, which enables the group to provide specialised research not only along the entire eastern seaboard, but throughout most of Australia.
With research one of the key backbones to PRDnationwide’s core business (did you know that PRD actually stands for Property Research and Developement?), we have the ability and systems to monitor demographic changes and property trends. We use our knowledge of market sizes, price structure and buyer profiles to identify opportunities for clients and provide market knowledge that is sound and reliable.
Our work is acknowledged and used by universities, government bodies, property developers, market analysts, the banking fraternity and other well regarded organisations who also identify research as crucial to the future prosperity of any business.
Our Research Reports
Property Watch® Reports:
Over 130 snapshots of various areas around Australia, as well as specific reports on property topics of interest such as resale growth, infrastructure planning, luxury properties, and supply and demand.
Major annual reports examining the macro and micro economic information of larger catchment areas within select city, rural, and coastal regions.
Quarterly Economic and Property Report:
Produced quarterly to examine economic and property trends nationally.
Covering topical subjects such as mixed use and transit oriented developments, marina berths, waterfront property and luxury property markets.
Detailed demographic and sales information for statistical local areas (suburbs) in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, and Australian Capital Territory.
Residential Unit Reports:
Quarterly reports based on primary research into the sale of new units within major metro and coastal cities identifying trends and opportunities