Download the report nowAlthough Sydney and Melbourne recorded low rental yields, investors in these two cities are clearly not targeting rental returns. They are looking purely at a capital growth play and likely to remain this way, at least for the time beingBrisbane and Adelaide currently appear to be more financially attractive, however buyers should not expect value growth to match that of Sydney or Melbourne any time soon.Get it right: 7 questions to ask before signing a leaseMore from newsUp-and-coming suburbs set to boom20 Apr 2015Top 5 affordable inner-city suburbs18 May 2015By the numbersRents are now rising at their slowest annual rate on record across the individual capital cities over the past year, Sydney and Hobart have recorded the greatest increases in weekly rents.Combined capital city rental rates increased by 0.1% in MayCombined capital city rental rates are recorded at $488 per weekRents rose by 0.1% over the month, 0.6% over the quarter & 1.5% over the past 12 monthsWith home values growing faster than rents, gross rental yields continue to edge lowerCapital city rental rates continue to rise however, the rate of increase has slowed markedly from an annual increase of 2.2% a year ago to 1.5% currently.The sluggish rental appreciation can likely be attributed to the ongoing boom in dwelling construction across Australia’s capital cities, accompanied by record high participation in the housing market from investors.Snare that property: 8 tips for a winning rental application In good news for those looking to rent, the latest rental data shows rental rates increased at their slowest pace on record last month.Sydney and Hobart have seen the strongest rental growth over the past year, indicating a disconnect between demand and supply.Sydney stands out as seeing strong population growth which is creating more demand for accommodation in the city.Rents in Perth, Darwin and Canberra have dropped by -4.5%, -5.5% and -0.6% respectively, the May CoreLogic RP Data monthly rental review shows.
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