Within the realm of affordable housing development, the time intensity and extent of utilisation of housing units is under-explored. While utilisation should intuitively contribute to housing value, current measures of density cannot provide indicators of utilisation dynamically and is often susceptible to inaccurate or misleading representations. The aim of this research paper will be to propose a number of additional indicators to explain utilisation of housing units, areas and neighbourhoods. The assumption of this research question is that properly utilised housing units would indicate value derived and that more accurate utilisation metrics can be constructed. To this end, the analysis conducted has used new methods of analysing utilisation in the form of data consumption at a neighbourhood and grid level as well as movement data from smartphone applications as additional inputs in house value estimation.