LocationScore was developed out of a 'meeting-of-minds' when Jeremy Sheppard, Ben Kingsley and Bryce Holdaway sat down and started to compare their property research notes and findings regarding capital growth drivers."When we sat down to compare theories and observations, it was very clear we had a lot of common therories with regards to the indicators and variables we were all monitoring to detect possible areas for future capital growth and a lof of them where based on demand and supply activity within the market"
The property market is made up of thousands of market within markets, and at any one time, the vast majority of markets are not showing the demand to supply imbalance that we look for
when searching for capital growth. It's these suburbs that one should avoid to buy in. Instead using LocationScore, which scans over 15,000 suburbs on a monthly basis and then scores them out of 100,subscribers have a competitive advantage in fast tracking their research to only a select few locations.
That's a huge time saver for one, but more importantly, buyer in a superior location vastly increases the potential for superior capital value increases if they buy well within that suburb!
"We all agree there is no greater professional reward in what we do, than seeing others benefit financially from our collective knowledge, experience insights". And a research too like LocationScore allows access to this information at a price point that everyonecan afford to check out lots of potentially great buying locations
"There's no argument that supply and demand affect prices, we all know that. But I noticed everyone had their own opinion on how changes like infastructure affect demand or new developments affect supply." says Jeremy. "Then I realised, it doesn't really matter what demand might be so much as what demand is relative to supply right now