Rents growing again (modestly) after post-GFC stability

The 2010-11 Annual Report of the Residential Tenancies Authority, released earlier this week, includes a wealth of interesting data relating to Queensland’s rental sector. While we know rents in some parts of Queensland (e.g. Gladstone) are soaring due to the resources boom, in other parts (e.g. Gold Coast) over-supply has kept rents down. Across Queensland, on average, rents have only just started to increase again (and only modestly) after a post-GFC pause:

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