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At June 2016, the median weekly rental for houses in Griffith City was $100 lower compared to New South Wales.

This indicator shows the weekly rental of houses and units in Griffith City and wider region during the period 2011-2016. Housing weekly rentals are an indicator of the level of demand for housing in the area, as well as the type of housing available. Housing demand may be related to the desirability of the area and proximity to major employment destinations.

Rental of houses
Rental of houses New South Wales: $440 New South Wales: $420 New South Wales: $420 New South Wales: $415 New South Wales: $420 New South Wales: $410 Regional NSW: $360 Regional NSW: $355 Regional NSW: $350 Regional NSW: $350 Regional NSW: $350 Regional NSW: $350 Griffith City: $340 Griffith City: $305 Griffith City: $320 Griffith City: $290 Griffith City: $270 Griffith City: $260
Source: Hometrack 2011-2016, Automated Valuation System
Rental of units
Rental of units New South Wales: $450 New South Wales: $430 New South Wales: $425 New South Wales: $420 New South Wales: $410 New South Wales: $400 Regional NSW: $300 Regional NSW: $295 Regional NSW: $290 Regional NSW: $290 Regional NSW: $290 Regional NSW: $280 Griffith City: $230 Griffith City: $200 Griffith City: $200 Griffith City: $185 Griffith City: $198 Griffith City: $170
Source: Hometrack 2011-2016, Automated Valuation System
Median weekly rental
HousesUnits
Year (at June)Griffith CityRegional NSWNew South WalesGriffith CityRegional NSWNew South Wales
2011$260$350$410$170$280$400
2012$270$350$420$198$290$410
2013$290$350$415$185$290$420
2014$320$350$420$200$290$425
2015$305$355$420$200$295$430
2016$340$360$440$230$300$450

Source: Hometrack 2011-2016, Automated Valuation System.

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