Rental Properties Brisbane
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TOP 10 BRISBANE SUBURBS OF HIGH RENTAL DENSITY
Percentages signify rental tenure of respective suburbs.
- Bowen Hills - 75%
- Fortitude Valley - 70%
- Spring Hill - 67.6%
- Milton - 63.6%
- Kelvin Grove - 60.2%
- South Brisbane - 64.3%
- Kangaroo Point - 59.9%
- West End - 59.1%
- Ellen Grove - 58.4%
- Chermside - 57.6%
Of occupied private dwellings in Brisbane (C) (Local Government Areas), 35.7% are rented. For Queensland, 33.2% and Australia, 29.6%.
BRISBANE RENTAL DATA - MEDIAN PRICES
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3 BEDROOM HOUSES
Over the past six years following the global financial crisis (GFC), median rent for houses in brisbane has been steadily increasing. The following stats and graph are based on 3 bedroom Brisbane houses for June quarters.
The most recent median rent price for 3 bedroom houses in Brisbane is $410 per week (June QTR, 2013).
2 BEDROOM UNITS/FLATS
Similar to houses, median prices for units in Brisbane have been experiencing incremental increases on a yearly basis over the past six years following the GFC.
The most recent median price for 2 bedroom units in Brisbane is $390 per week (June QTR, 2013).
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