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Stafford Heights Statistics

Stafford Heights is 10.2 kilometres (6.3 mi) north of the Brisbane GPO by road.
Stafford Heights is generally hilly, and has one major waterway, Downfall Creek. Stafford Heights is north of Stafford.

Stafford Heights is named because it is on higher ground than its neighbouring Stafford. The Heights name was used locally as a neighbourhood name from the 1950s, but it became a gazetted suburb in 1975. Stafford was a name adopted by local consent in 1885–1886, after Staffordshire in England.[4]

A small part of north-east Stafford Heights is part of Paramount Estate, a plan which involved naming the streets after the last names of actors at around the 1970s. The majority of Paramount Estate lies in McDowall.

Sales & Growth Chart for STAFFORD HEIGHTS
MedianNumber of Sales in Suburb1992199419961998200020022004200620082010201220142016201820202022$0$50,000$100,000$150,000$200,000$250,000$300,000$350,000$400,000$450,000$500,000$550,000$600,000$650,000$700,000$750,000$800,000$850,000$900,000$950,000$1,000,000$1,050,000$1,100,000$1,150,000020406080100120140160180200220Median Sale PriceNumber of Sales
DateMedianNumber of Sales in Suburb
1993130,000182
1994133,000149
1995130,00099
1996135,000105
1997136,000103
1998135,000139
1999133,500161
2000137,250150
2001155,750202
2002221,750196
2003278,500160
2004315,000126
2005320,000128
2006353,500121
2007416,250134
2008439,000107
2009452,000121
2010466,500127
2011440,00095
2012436,50090
2013485,000125
2014504,950132
2015555,000129
2016580,000126
2017580,500116
2018621,000123
2019617,500122
2020655,000123
2021880,000184
20221,063,00030
Year No. of Sales Median Growth Low High
1993 182 $130,000   $52,500 $315,000
1994 149 $133,000 2.3% $80,000 $398,000
1995 99 $130,000 -2.3% $9,600 $525,000
1996 105 $135,000 3.8% $60,000 $330,000
1997 103 $136,000 0.7% $29,000 $421,000
1998 139 $135,000 -0.7% $85,000 $629,000
1999 161 $133,500 -1.1% $30,000 $380,000
2000 150 $137,250 2.8% $50,186 $330,000
2001 202 $155,750 13.5% $1,310 $322,000
2002 196 $221,750 42.4% $60,000 $1,200,000
2003 160 $278,500 25.6% $160,000 $490,000
2004 126 $315,000 13.1% $170,000 $820,000
2005 128 $320,000 1.6% $142,500 $558,000
2006 121 $353,500 10.5% $245,000 $830,000
2007 134 $416,250 17.8% $197,500 $1,550,000
2008 107 $439,000 5.5% $340,000 $770,000
2009 121 $452,000 3.0% $275,000 $850,000
2010 127 $466,500 3.2% $335,000 $845,000
2011 95 $440,000 -5.7% $329,000 $879,000
2012 90 $436,500 -0.8% $364,000 $785,000
2013 125 $485,000 11.1% $328,000 $955,000
2014 132 $504,950 4.1% $5,962 $1,111,111
2015 129 $555,000 9.9% $400,000 $3,300,000
2016 126 $580,000 4.5% $250,000 $1,175,000
2017 116 $580,500 0.1% $375,000 $1,200,000
2018 123 $621,000 7.0% $437,500 $1,200,000
2019 122 $617,500 -0.6% $425,000 $1,350,000
2020 123 $655,000 6.1% $424,000 $1,175,000
2021 184 $880,000 34.4% $500,000 $2,100,000
2022 30 $1,063,000 20.8% $87,000 $3,100,000
Household Income – Weekly (2016)
2011|2016
Under 650650 to 799800 to 9991000 to 12491250 to 14991500 to 17491750 to 19992000 to 24992500 to 29993000 and over050100150200250300350400450500Responses
ResponseCount
Under 650365
650 to 799163
800 to 999158
1000 to 1249184
1250 to 1499183
1500 to 1749153
1750 to 1999149
2000 to 2499269
2500 to 2999209
3000 and over475
Home Loan Repayments – Monthly (2016)
2011|2016
< $800$800-$999$1000-$1399$1400-$1799$1800-$2399$2400-$2999$3000-$3999$4000+0255075100125150175200225250Responses
ResponseCount
< $800107
$800-$99932
$1000-$1399108
$1400-$1799121
$1800-$2399241
$2400-$2999152
$3000-$399995
$4000+42