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Old 03-08-2016, 02:59 AM
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Approx 250-300 for room (weekly), but you can find something cheaper ( I pay 220), 200 for food, 50 for petrol for the car.


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Approx 250-300 for room (weekly), but you can find something cheaper ( I pay 220), 200 for food, 50 for petrol for the car.
Is that just a single shared room in a house ?

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December 2015 Median Weekly Rents in WA
$400 Perth Metropolitan
$500 Broome Urban Area
$400 Busselton Urban Area
$350 Mandurah-Murray
$350 Bunbury Urban Area
$350 Kalgoorlie-Boulder
$350 Albany Urban Area
$320 Geraldton-Greenough

Perth’s rental market has hit its highest vacancy rates in 20 years and there is an oversupply of properties in the $350 to $450 per week price bracket in inner-city suburbs and the northern corridor.

Current advice to landlords in Perth: If your tenant expresses the desire to leave, consider offering reduced rent on the new lease.

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Yes, that is a price for one room in shared house (2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms). I live in Innaloo (which is about 3 km from Scarborough beach), the neighbourhood is really nice. For 350-400/week you can rent a full house in some suburbs.


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