Revealed: Queensland’s 10 most expensive suburbs to rent


first_img Suburb Median weekly advertised rent Teneriffe $528Brisbane City $510Newstead $500South Brisbane $490Bulimba $480Kangaroo Point $465Milton $460Balmoral $450Spring Hill $450West End $450(Source: CoreLogic)LEAST EXPENSIVE SUBURBS TO RENT IN QLD Pullenvale $830 New Farm $780Brookfield $750More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours agoAscot $718Kenmore Hills $700Mount Ommaney $700Chelmer $695Hawthorne $660Rochedale $650Fig Tree Pocket $650UNITS HOUSES HOUSES Suburb Median weekly advertised rent This four-bedroom house in Pullenvale is advertised for rent for $920 a week.For that money, you get 1ha of lush land in a bush setting, two outdoor entertaining areas, an inground pool and loads of space. But you can also pick up a three-bedroom home just as nice for a more affordable $595 a week. A three-bedroom townhouse in this complex in Woodridge is available to lease for $320/wk.MOST EXPENSIVE SUBURBS TO RENT IN QLD This three-bedroom home in Pullenvale can be rented out for $595 a week.The Brisbane suburb where unit rents are the most expensive is trendy Teneriffe, with a median weekly rent of $528 — although you’d be lucky to pick up much more than a nice, one-bedroom unit for that price.A two-bedder with river views in Vernon Terrace is currently going for $750 a week. The Queensland suburbs with the highest median advertised rents for houses. Source: CoreLogic.A quick search on realestate.com.au reveals a four-bedroom, two-bathroom house in the leafy suburb is available for $920 a week.center_img Queensland’s most and least expensive suburbs to rent have been revealed.IF you think you’re paying too much rent, spare a thought for those living in Queensland’s most expensive rental suburbs.According to new CoreLogic figures revealing the highest and lowest median weekly rents of 2018, those living in Brisbane’s inner north and outer west have it worse than anywhere else.The most expensive rental suburb is Pullenvale, about 15km from the CBD, where it costs on average $830 a week to lease a house. The Queensland suburbs with the lowest median advertised rents for houses. Source: CoreLogic.Woodridge is the least expensive suburb to lease a unit, with rent costing $265 a week on average.A very tidy three-bedroom townhouse is currently advertised for $320 a week. This four-bedroom house in Russell Island is available to rent for $285 a week. This two-bedroom unit in Teneriffe is on the market for $750 a week. When it comes to saving money on rent, you can’t go past some of the suburbs in Redland and Ipswich.Russell Island in Redland tops the list, with a median weekly house rent of just $250.A highset, four-bedroom home is available right now for only $285 a week. Suburb Median weekly advertised rent Russell Island $250Macleay Island $280Riverview $285Booval $290Tivoli $293East Ipswich $295Churchill $295Rosewood $298Eastern Heights $300Ipswich $300UNITS Suburb Median weekly advertised rent Woodridge $265Caboolture $275Beenleigh $280Redbank Plains $285Slacks Creek $300Bardon $310Burpengary $310Deception Bay $315Margate $315Petrie $320 (Source: CoreLogic)last_img

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