June 4, 2022

20 regions where rents will continue surging

Market data shows that in early 2022, the national average vacancy rate has hit the lowest point since April 2006. The rental crisis has triggered substantial rental price growth in both capital cities and regional areas. The eight greater capital cities have scored an 11.0% growth in the 12 months to Mar 2022, and the regional areas have achieved an even higher 13.1% year-on-year growth. In this month’s whitepaper, the InvestorKit research team has selected 20 regions from many with clear signs of a further rental surge in the coming 12 to 24 months.

For each region, we go through their rental demand & supply indicators, long-term and short-term market pressure, and rental price trends. To check the report, hit the Download button below.

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Junge Ma
Research Analyst
Arjun Paliwal
Director & Head of Research

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20 regions where rents will continue surging

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Short-term and long-term rental market trends of 5 Greater Capital Cities with vacancy rate heat maps of their sub-regions (SA3);
Short-term and long-term rental market pressure analysis on 15 regional cities across NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, and TAS;
Causing factors of this nationwide rental crisis;
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