The REIV is the most authoritative source for information about the Victorian rental market with historical vacancy rates from October 2002. The REIV, on a monthly basis, collect current vacancy rates and rental data from Members and realestateVIEW.com.au leases.
The vacancy rate data is classified into broad regions (e.g. "inner suburbs"). To find out which region your suburb of interest is in, click here for a full listing.
If you are looking for median rents by suburb, click here to browse through our clickable maps.
Rental market snapshot - March 2014 (trend)
|The current rental vacancy rate in Melbourne is 2.8 per cent, down from 2.9 per cent in the previous month|
|The current rental vacancy rate for Regional Victoria is 2.6 per cent, stable from the previous month|
|The current house median rent in Melbourne is $395 per week, a decline from $400 in the previous month|
|The current house median rent in Regional Victoria is $290 per week, a fall from $300 in the previous month|
Did you know that the REIV also works with REINSW to compile vacancy rate information for border towns like Albury-Wodonga? This is usually published two weeks after the end of the month.
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Rental Data for the public
The REIV's monthly rental data is currently available as an excel file. You can purchase the latest data by emailing REIV Research.