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At June 2016, the median weekly rental for houses in Redland City was $65 higher compared to Queensland.

This indicator shows the weekly rental of houses and units in Redland 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 Queensland: $375 Queensland: $380 Queensland: $385 Queensland: $390 Queensland: $380 Queensland: $370 Regional QLD: $330 Regional QLD: $350 Regional QLD: $370 Regional QLD: $390 Regional QLD: $390 Regional QLD: $375 Redland City: $440 Redland City: $450 Redland City: $450 Redland City: $430 Redland City: $410 Redland City: $390
Source: Hometrack 2011-2016, Automated Valuation System
Rental of units
Rental of units Queensland: $340 Queensland: $340 Queensland: $335 Queensland: $335 Queensland: $330 Queensland: $320 Regional QLD: $295 Regional QLD: $300 Regional QLD: $300 Regional QLD: $310 Regional QLD: $310 Regional QLD: $300 Redland City: $395 Redland City: $375 Redland City: $370 Redland City: $365 Redland City: $360 Redland City: $360
Source: Hometrack 2011-2016, Automated Valuation System
Median weekly rental
HousesUnits
Year (at June)Redland CityRegional QLDQueenslandRedland CityRegional QLDQueensland
2011$390$375$370$360$300$320
2012$410$390$380$360$310$330
2013$430$390$390$365$310$335
2014$450$370$385$370$300$335
2015$450$350$380$375$300$340
2016$440$330$375$395$295$340

Source: Hometrack 2011-2016, Automated Valuation System.

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