How to beat the Kings market hype
More than half of the top 50 Australian markets will open in 2018, the latest in a long line of big names that will be joined by other big names, including the big names in the industry.
Top 50 Australian MarketsMarket Insider’s Top 50 Australian Market Markets2018Top 50 Australia MarketsMarket Intelligence has compiled a comprehensive list of the best-performing Australian markets, based on a combination of factors including the number of listings and the share price of the market in Australia.
In this article, we’ve looked at the top 100 markets in each of the major categories that include: top ten, top 20, top 25, top 50, top 75, top 100 and top 200.
In addition, we have ranked each market by its share price and the average price for that stock.
Read on for our ranking of the Top 100 Australian Markets.
Read the Top 50 Australia Market Markets 2018 list here and our Top 50 Sydney Markets 2018 market report here.1.
Kings Market (New South Wales)Market Insider has rated Kings Market a 100 on its Top 50 Listing for 2018.
Kings market has been a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, and was one of the most popular Australian markets in 2018 with a market share of 25.6 per cent.2.
Sydney Market (NSW)Market Intelligence rates Sydney Market as one of Australia’s most popular and successful markets, ranking it as one the top 200 Australian markets based on market share and the top price.3.
Goldfields Market (Vic)Goldfields Market was rated one of two top markets in the world, based upon market share.
Goldfield Market has been one of Sydney’s most well-loved markets for years, with over 100,000 listings, many of them being from major brands.4.
Central Coast (VIC)Market Insight rated Central Coast as one place in Australia that has the highest quality of life, based in part on the quality of the housing in the area.5.
West End (Vale)Market Innovation rated West End as one market with the highest price per square foot and highest per capita earnings, based mainly on the property market.6.
Gold Coast (QLD)Market Research rated Gold Coast as a top-five market for Australians, based largely on the high quality of its residential property market and a relatively low population density.7.
North Coast (NS)Market Insights rated North Coast as the most affluent of the CBDs and one of its top 10 markets, according to its share market share, which was also one of five in the top 20 markets based upon price and market share in Australia for 2018, according the report.8.
Sunshine Coast (NT)Market Analytics rated Sunshine Coast as Australia’s fourth-best market, based partly on the number and quality of housing properties available in the city.9.
The Mall (NSM)MarketInsider rated The Mall as Australia ‘s top-ranked mall, based primarily on its property market, according that market share ranking.10.
Westpac Stadium (VAT)Marketinsider rated Westpac stadium as Australia s third-most-popular venue in the country, based, in part, on the popularity of the football team, according its market share rankings.11.
Southbank (VAC)Market Analyst rated Southbank as Australia s most popular shopping centre, based around the high density of the city, according market share on a number of different variables.12.
Port Augusta (NST)Market Analysis rated Port Augusta as Australias top shopping centre in terms of number of outlets and price per outlet, based mostly on the share of the overall market in terms and the overall average price per shop in the market.13.
Northland (WA)MarketAnalysis rated Northland as Australia s top selling regional shopping centre with an average price of $1,100 per square metre, based chiefly on its share of all retail sales in the WA market, including restaurants and retail outlets.14.
East Perth (WAL)MarketAnalysts rated East Perth as Australia ?s best-selling local retail centre, according on the overall retail sales and average price, based predominantly on the average prices of nearby shopping centres and the number, type and quality, of stores.15.
Northern Territory (NTL)The Northern Territory market has had a steady increase in listings since its inception in the 1990s, but the share market in 2018 was one that has seen a decrease compared to the previous year.16.
Western Australia (WAG)Market Experts rated Western Australia as one part of Australia ?
most popular, based based upon the market share position of the two major regional markets, with an overall share market that was more than 10 per cent and a per capita average price that was nearly $100.17.
South Australian Markets (SA)Market analysts rated South Australian markets as the best of the regional markets with a per-capita average price at $70.18.