House and Unit Rental Costs in Australian Capital Cities 2018


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Property Rental costs in Australia December 2018.

Median Property Rental costs in Australia have had changes ranging between a drop of 9.1% (House rents in Darwin), and an increase of 11.8% (Unit rents in Hobart), over the 12 months between December 2017 and December 2018.

Median Weekly House Rent in Australia 2017 to 2018.

House: This is generally a freestanding building on its own block of land.

Hobart saw the largest increase, in weekly house median rents at 6.3%, while Darwin saw the largest drop at 9.1%.

  • $540 was the Sydney Median Weekly House rent in December 2018. This is a -1.8% drop from the December 2017 figure of $550
  • $440 was the Melbourne Median Weekly House rent in December 2018. This is a 3.5% Increase from the December 2017 figure of $425
  • $410 was the Brisbane Median Weekly House rent in December 2018. This is a 2.5% Increase from the December 2017 figure of $400
  • $380 was the Adelaide Median Weekly House rent in December 2018. This is a 2.7% Increase from the December 2017 figure of $370
  • $360 was the Perth Median Weekly House rent in December 2018. This is a 2.9% Increase from the December 2017 figure of $350
  • $560 was the Canberra Median Weekly House rent in December 2018. This is a 3.7% Increase from the December 2017 figure of $540
  • $420 was the Hobart Median Weekly House rent in December 2018. This is a 6.3% Increase from the December 2017 figure of $395
  • $500 was the Darwin Median Weekly House rent in December 2018. This is a -9.1% drop from the December 2017 figure of $550

Median Weekly Unit Rent in Australia 2017 to 2018.

Unit: Also sometimes called apartments. These are generally buildings with multiple units within them and share some common areas.

Hobart saw the largest increase, in weekly unit median rents at at 11.8%, while Sydney saw the largest drop at 2.8%.


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  • $530 was the Sydney Median Weekly Unit rent in December 2018. This is a –2.8% drop from the December 2017 figure of $545
  • $410 was the Melbourne Median Weekly Unit rent in December 2018. This is a 2.5% Increase from the December 2017 figure of $400
  • $380 was the Brisbane Median Weekly Unit rent in December 2018. This is a 2.7% Increase from the December 2017 figure of $370
  • $310 was the Adelaide Median Weekly Unit rent in December 2018. This is a 5.1% Increase from the December 2017 figure of $295
  • $300 was the Perth Median Weekly Unit rent in December 2018. This is a 0% Increase from the December 2017 figure of $300
  • $465 was the Canberra Median Weekly Unit rent in December 2018. This is a 8.1% Increase from the December 2017 figure of $430
  • $380 was the Hobart Median Weekly Unit rent in December 2018. This is a 11.8% Increase from the December 2017 figure of $340
  • $400 was the Darwin Median Weekly Unit rent in December 2018. This is a -2.4% drop from the December 2017 figure of $410

Source: www.domain.com.au

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