Australian Capital City Property Rental Costs December 2017


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Median Property Rental Costs in Australian Capital Cities December 2017.

Median House Rental Costs in Australian Cities December 2017.

Sydney House Rental Costs: $550. Up 1.85% from $540 in December 2016
Melbourne House Rental Costs: $425. Up 3.66% from $410 in December 2016
Brisbane House Rental Costs: $400. No Change from $400 in December 2016
Adelaide House Rental Costs: $370. Up 2.78% from $360 in December 2016
Perth House Rental Costs: $350. Down -5.41% from $370 in December 2016
Canberra House Rental Costs: $540. Up 8% from $500 in December 2016
Hobart House Rental Costs: $395. Up 12.86% from $350 in December 2016
Darwin House Rental Costs: $550. No Change from $550 in December 2016

Rental prices quoted per week

Highest and Lowest Median Apartment/Unit Rental Costs in Capital Cities

The Lowest Median House Rental Cost is in Perth at $350 per week
The Highest Median House Rental Costs are in Sydney and Darwin at $550 per week

Median Apartment/Unit Rental Costs in Australian Cities December 2017.

Sydney Unit Rental Costs: $545. Up 4.81% from $520 in December 2016
Melbourne Unit Rental Costs: $400. Up 5.26% from $380 in December 2016
Brisbane Unit Rental Costs: $370. Down -1.33% from $375 in December 2016
Adelaide Unit Rental Costs: $295. Up 1.72% from $290 in December 2016
Perth Unit Rental Costs: $300. No Change from $300 in December 2016
Canberra Unit Rental Costs: $430. Up 2.38% from $420 in December 2016
Hobart Unit Rental Costs: $340. Up 13.33% from $300 in December 2016
Darwin Unit Rental Costs: $415. Down -5.68% from $440 in December 2016

Rental prices quoted per week

Highest and Lowest Median Apartment/Unit Rental Costs in Capital Cities

The Lowest Median Apartment/Unit Rental Costs is in Adelaide at $295 per week
The Highest Median Apartment/Unit Rental Costs is in Sydney at $545 per week


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Note: These are Capital City Prices. Costs in the areas outside the Capital Cities can be much lower. The following gives an idea, and also shows the average income. The Income however can be vastly different, especially when a person works in the CBD, and travels from a suburb outside the City.  ie: City wages, but not City property cost.

Lowood, QLD (4311) 66km West of Brisbane and 31km North of Ipswich.

Lowood (Queensland suburb) has a population of 3,336 residents, with an average income of $625 per week.
The median Rent for houses is $293

Brisbane, QLD (4000).

Brisbane (suburb of Brisbane City) has a population of 7,888 residents, with an average income of $1,134 per week.
The median Rent for houses is $500
The median Rent for units is $550

Indooroopilly, QLD 4068 7 kilometres west of the Brisbane CBD.

Indooroopilly (suburb of Brisbane City) has a population of 11,669 residents, with an average income of $951 per week.
The median Rent for houses is $530
The median Rent for units is $395


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