The DSR Score is a relative score. All forward looking predictions are estimates and putting a percentage on a suburbs potential growth is very rarely accurate. The DSR Score simply says "Suburb A has better indications of capital growth relative to Suburb B". These indications are based on the time tested principle of supply and demand. The DSR Score is a single number indicating capital growth potential. We recently tested how our top 100 suburbs in 2010 compared with the market average. The result was phenomenal. Our suburbs averaged 11.7% when the market average was in negative growth. It's up to you then to drill down even further into the data behind the score and the unique suburb factors outside the score. The Score is a great start.