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Long term rental growth

Discussion in 'Property Market Economics' started by Logan, 20th Oct, 2016.

  1. Logan

    Logan Well-Known Member

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    Evening PCers, I am looking for charts or information on long term rental growth in Australian capital city's ? Could anyone direct me to a link or website ?

    Thanks Logan
     
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  3. Logan

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    clearly I tried google first ! The immediate information I found was overly complicated. I was hoping for more straight forward information and through the someone may have a handy link
     
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    whatever reason for you choosing to research it, its always best IMO to manufacture it in someway or another and include that into your long term feasibility assessment when determining a purchase and financial outlook.

    Look for unusual examples on REA.com and how the owner may of accomplished it. also choose a PM very carefully and validate all appraisals carefully including the experience of the person presenting it. Every time I end up holding on to a high yield property I always love it when the disbursements come in and this has contributed significantly to equity pulls and finance assessment down the track
     
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    It depends upon your preferred data source and whether you want the data in median dollar values, split by houses versus units, etc.

    But here's 1972-2016 rental CPI for the capital cities, indexed to 1972, from the ABS.

    These are averages, though, it's always better to look at like-for-like properties in my opinion.

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