How much stock is available to rent in your capital city? A state-by-state analysis: SQM Research

How much stock is available to rent in your capital city? A state-by-state analysis: SQM Research
How much stock is available to rent in your capital city? A state-by-state analysis: SQM Research

The number of properties available to rent in Melbourne, which has a vacancy rate of 3%, according to SQM Research. This is down from 12,719 in January but up from 9,998 at this time last year.

 


 

The number of properties available to rent in Sydney, which has a vacancy rate of 1.5%, according to SQM Research. This is down from 8,456 in January but up from 6,894 at this time last year.

 


The number of properties available to rent in Brisbane, which has a vacancy rate of 1.6%, according to SQM Research. This is down from 5,112 in January but up from 4,479 at this time last year.

 


The number of properties available to rent in Adelaide, which has a vacancy rate of 1.3%, according to SQM Research. This is down from 2,231 in January but up from 1,657 at this time last year.

 


The number of properties available to rent in Perth, which has a vacancy rate of 0.6%, according to SQM Research. This is down from 1,084 in January and from 1,567 at this time last year.

 


The number of properties available to rent in Hobart, which has a vacancy rate of 2.3%, according to SQM Research. This is up from 583 in January and from 266 at this time last year.

 


The number of properties available to rent in Canberra, which has a vacancy rate of 0.7%, according to SQM Research. This is downfrom 382 in January and from 285 at this time last year.

 


 

The number of properties available to rent in Darwin, which has a vacancy rate of 0.7%, accordign to SQM Research. This is down from 238 in January but up from 540 at this time last year.

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