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Victoria Residential Property Guide

There are 15,169 properties listed for sale in Victoria, with an average advertised sale price of $579,714.
There are 6,655 properties listed for rent, with an average advertised rental price of $387 per week.
Average Advertised Rental Prices in Victoria
Property Type Avg. Rental Price Rental Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Flats
Apartments
Villas
Semi-Rural
$381
$312
$435
$240
$432
$388
$369
3,455
1,113
525
33
1,338
25
19
Average Advertised Sale Prices In Victoria
Property Type Avg. Sales Price Sales Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Flats
Apartments
Villas
Retirement Homes
Semi-Rural
$535,212
$332,871
$491,444
$227,750
$542,591
$369,896
$260,597
$888,861
10,173
1,459
1,062
16
1,576
30
27
256

New South Wales Residential Property Guide

There are 13,490 properties listed for sale in New South Wales, with an average advertised sale price of $602,101.
There are 9,491 properties listed for rent, with an average advertised rental price of $501 per week.
Average Advertised Rental Prices in New South Wales
Property Type Avg. Rental Price Rental Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Flats
Apartments
Villas
Semi-Rural
$482
$375
$493
$2,847
$557
$413
$388
4,809
1,987
407
113
1,338
171
23
Average Advertised Sale Prices In New South Wales
Property Type Avg. Sales Price Sales Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Flats
Apartments
Villas
Retirement Homes
Semi-Rural
$617,213
$396,083
$486,614
$589,400
$825,816
$401,009
$213,836
$794,174
9,779
1,231
483
15
796
292
58
453

South Australia Residential Property Guide

There are 1,941 properties listed for sale in South Australia, with an average advertised sale price of $392,913.
There are 626 properties listed for rent, with an average advertised rental price of $330 per week.
Average Advertised Rental Prices in South Australia
Property Type Avg. Rental Price Rental Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Apartments
Villas
$352
$248
$418
$379
$311
418
125
24
28
6
Average Advertised Sale Prices In South Australia
Property Type Avg. Sales Price Sales Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Apartments
Villas
Semi-Rural
$408,519
$267,168
$404,182
$405,870
$275,958
$508,963
1,610
164
52
27
26
28

Australian Capital Territory Residential Property Guide

There are 309 properties listed for sale in Australian Capital Territory, with an average advertised sale price of $535,655.
There are 231 properties listed for rent, with an average advertised rental price of $442 per week.
Average Advertised Rental Prices in Australian Capital Territory
Property Type Avg. Rental Price Rental Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Apartments
$514
$358
$420
$394
88
14
47
77
Average Advertised Sale Prices In Australian Capital Territory
Property Type Avg. Sales Price Sales Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Apartments
Villas
$664,547
$339,290
$465,060
$445,673
$443,667
141
31
49
79
3

Western Australia Residential Property Guide

There are 2,256 properties listed for sale in Western Australia, with an average advertised sale price of $657,926.
There are 1,018 properties listed for rent, with an average advertised rental price of $449 per week.
Average Advertised Rental Prices in Western Australia
Property Type Avg. Rental Price Rental Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Apartments
Villas
$469
$354
$471
$485
$416
636
109
44
107
85
Average Advertised Sale Prices In Western Australia
Property Type Avg. Sales Price Sales Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Apartments
Villas
Semi-Rural
$695,970
$359,276
$599,598
$551,079
$443,424
$1,074,864
1,679
164
30
161
87
81

Tasmania Residential Property Guide

There are 2,550 properties listed for sale in Tasmania, with an average advertised sale price of $344,390.
There are 548 properties listed for rent, with an average advertised rental price of $387 per week.
Average Advertised Rental Prices in Tasmania
Property Type Avg. Rental Price Rental Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Flats
Apartments
Villas
$303
$233
$340
$222
$339
$279
338
129
19
3
31
18
Average Advertised Sale Prices In Tasmania
Property Type Avg. Sales Price Sales Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Apartments
Villas
Semi-Rural
$352,109
$235,510
$320,750
$421,700
$259,796
$527,943
2,179
240
12
10
27
53

Queensland Residential Property Guide

There are 19,390 properties listed for sale in Queensland, with an average advertised sale price of $517,307.
There are 8,497 properties listed for rent, with an average advertised rental price of $415 per week.
Average Advertised Rental Prices in Queensland
Property Type Avg. Rental Price Rental Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Flats
Apartments
Villas
Retirement Homes
Semi-Rural
$419
$349
$391
$247
$500
$395
$270
$436
3,050
1,823
1,256
27
1,955
161
3
23
Average Advertised Sale Prices In Queensland
Property Type Avg. Sales Price Sales Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Flats
Apartments
Villas
Retirement Homes
Semi-Rural
$545,656
$382,362
$361,292
$240,000
$537,735
$448,584
$229,404
$712,791
12,935
2,586
1,014
7
1,299
178
68
924

Northern Territory Residential Property Guide

There are 310 properties listed for sale in Northern Territory, with an average advertised sale price of $542,240.
There are 187 properties listed for rent, with an average advertised rental price of $505 per week.
Average Advertised Rental Prices in Northern Territory
Property Type Avg. Rental Price Rental Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Apartments
$561
$430
$481
$782
75
87
10
9
Average Advertised Sale Prices In Northern Territory
Property Type Avg. Sales Price Sales Listings
Houses
Units
Townhouses
Apartments
Semi-Rural
$555,553
$424,247
$802,071
$621,559
$788,111
183
85
7
17
18

Residential Property in Australia

Australia is a beautiful country, full of dramatic scenery and gorgeous vistas. It's no wonder we love it here: the vibrancy and the variety that our country offers cannot be competed with by any other country. When you are thinking about where you want to live, you should also consider what kind of property you wish to buy or rent. After all, there are quite a few, and there are very different from each other. Your type of residential property will reflect your lifestyle, so think carefully.

The more typical properties include those like houses - particularly townhouses - apartments, and villas. Many people that live within cities are preferring flats or units nowadays, but that does not mean that the humble house has lost its fans. If you are looking for a property like these, then you are in luck: there are plenty to go around, and many of them are absolutely gorgeous.

On the other hand, you may be looking for something a little more specific. For example, you may be downsizing, and looking for retirement homes that are more like little communities. You may decide that instead of living in a block of flats, semi-detached houses have more appeal. These properties are wonderful to real make a home in, and they are incredibly popular.

And last, but by no means least, you have the residential property that is a little bit different. Perhaps you are looking for a property with acreage which is more semi-rural. You could even buy some land, and build your own perfect home yourself! These types of residential property are excellent for those that are free-spirited, and are looking for an adventure – and a challenge!

Whatever kind of residential property you are looking for in Australia, we can help you to find it, and make it your own.


Three things to look for when buying a residential property

Buying a piece of residential property – whether it is your very first home, or the fourth one – is a ridiculously exciting experience. There is so much to look forward to when buying a residential property, and many people struggle to stay calm, and remember all of the important things to look out for when they are going round a house! Apart from the obvious ones, like fixtures and fittings, the local neighbourhood, and transport links, we think that there are three things that you should really keep an eye out for when looking around a property:

1. How is the garden maintained?
The state of a garden or yard is often a brilliant reflection on the rest of the entire property. If the previous residences have kept the outdoors space in good condition, then the chances are that there is going to be little wrong with the interior. This isn't just about curb appeal; this is about the state of your potential next home.

2. Have you got a survey done?
Even if the garden is pristine, there could still be problems with the roofing, or with the electrics. You should never seriously consider purchasing a property unless you have had every single inch of it checked over. After all, you don't want any nasty surprises the first day that you move in.

3. Are you sad when you leave the property?
Although your head should deal with the majority of the decision making when buying a residential property, you still need to let your heart have a say. If you don't feel sad when you leave the property, then you are probably not as emotionally invested as you should be. You know when you have found the right property when even after your viewing is up, you can't bear to leave.


Hints and tips on renting a residential property

Although renting a residential property may not technically be as big a commitment as buying one, it is still a huge change in circumstances. Moving takes time, effort, and money – as does moving over all of your bills, and contacting everyone you know about your change of address. That is why it is incredibly important that you think very seriously about any property that you consider renting. To help you out, we have put together our three most important hints and tips for renting a residential property:

1. Look at at least three properties.
Yes, the first one that you go to may be lovely, but without anything to compare it to, how do you really know? This is a common mistake that new renters make, and they often find out later – after signing on the dotted line – that there was a nicer place at a cheaper rate two streets over. Do your research, and physically go to at least three properties so you can gain some perspective.

2. Find out how your deposit will be protected.
Your potential landlord should be very clear about what will happen to your deposit – and how it will be protected. Not declaring this, or making a statement and then changing their mind, could be counted as fraud. Know your rights, and make sure that you know exactly how your deposit will be protected.

3. Check your responsibilities.
Sometimes you can find deep within the small print that there are certain responsibilities that come with a residential property that you were not aware of. For example, it may be up to you, the tenant, to mow the grass, or to keep snow from your driveway. If you do not find out about these extra rules, you could find yourself becoming very unpopular, and you may not want to take on those responsibilities.