Aberdeen, NSW

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Livability Index
101.4
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Population: 2039

House Growth Prediction (per annual): 16%, 3255th out of 5061

Unit Growth Prediction (per annual): 10%, 2493th out of 2987

Keywords: Low Rent, Agriculture, Livestock, Big Area, Nature, Mining

Basics

Aberdeen (NSW) is a local community with population 2,039, and the population growth over the past decade is 6.78%. It has an average income $47,808.67 per annum. It has 95.9% of population who only speak English at home. Other top languages include Italian, Tokelauan, German, Afrikaans, Danish. Unemployment rate in Aberdeen (NSW) is 3.9% while people work as professionals is 9.3%. Aberdeen (NSW) has 0 Coles stores and 0 Woolworth stores. Its population density is 0.26 people per Square Kilometre.

Socio-Economic Indicator and Livability Index

Aberdeen (NSW) has Socio-Economic raw score 944.9 while the average score across Australia is 1000. Therefore, Aberdeen (NSW) has disadvantage in terms of Socio-Economic measure. It obtains relative score 27 out of 100 across Australia, while relative score 27 out of 100 within NSW. Factors considered in this score include income, education level, unemployment, occupation, housing pressure and so on. This score is generated by Australia Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

Similar to Socio-Economic measure, GeoIndex computes smart livability index by considering additional factors, including rental rate against income, property price against income, safety, transport, access convenience, environment, population density and so on. Aberdeen (NSW) has a livability index 101.5, which is higher than average 100 across Australia. It ranks 2,684th out of 8,530 suburbs across Australia. Therefore, it is a suburb more livable for local communities.

Real Estate Price Forecast and Investment Guide

Based on our more than ten millions of historical property transaction data, wide range of predictors and cutting-edge algorithm, we predict the house price would grow by 16% per annum in following 1-3 years. Comparing to average house growth rate 10.7% in Australia, Aberdeen (NSW) has a higher than average growth expectation. It ranks 5,933th out of 8,530 suburbs in Australia, which is predicted to be attractive to investors.

Similar to house, unit/flat/apartment in Aberdeen (NSW) is predicted to grow by 7.6% per annum in following 1-3 years. Comparing to average unit growth rate 3.7% in Australia, Aberdeen (NSW) has a higher than average growth. It ranks 3,094th out of 8,530 suburbs in Australia, which is predicted to be attractive to investors.

Education: Primary and Secondary School Index

As for education, Primary public school contribute to the attractiveness of Aberdeen (NSW), which obtains score of 97 out of 100 within NSW based on local primary school student exam performance. Similar to primary school, secondary public school contribute to the attractiveness of Aberdeen (NSW), which obtains score of 89 out of 100 within NSW based on local secondary school student exam performance. Considering the background of students in primary school, Aberdeen (NSW) has a worse than average score, which is 42.1 out of 100. Similar to to primary school, secondary school has worse than average score, which is 22.1 out of 100.

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Aberdeen, NSW smart rating was calculated by GeoIndex Australia.

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