There's a much better and more reliable source of information you can use as a decision making tool. It's more easily accessible and easier to understand – start with reviewing your personal situation.
Firstly plan out what you want to achieve, then take action to achieve your targets.
Consider the time you have available, your skill set, interests and targets. This will help you decide why you're buying, and how much effort and funds you're comfortable and able to commit to any purchase.
If you have equity or savings to cover your target purchases and have a stable income (if you want to utilise a loan), use this information to decide when to buy.
Your decisions about effort, budget and targets should now inform what you should buy, and where you should buy.
After you have used your personal situation to narrow down the why, when, what, where of your purchase/s you can utilise relevant information to identify which property to buy.