$335 p/w. 3 bedroom older style home, that has been renovated. Double garage shed, with carport and decent sized yard. On the Central Coast, in a decent area.
Theres noway I'll be moving with rent prices the way they are atm.
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11-01-2012 05:58 #21
11-01-2012 06:02 #22
$600 a week for a 3 bed Terrace in inner west Sydney. Between us we earn approx $1700/w
11-01-2012 06:29 #23
400 a week 3 bedroom plus pool and rumpus.
11-01-2012 06:35 #24
290/week rent for small 2bed duplex cat friendly. Only bring in 550 sometimes a little more if had work. Both recently unemployed but involved in labour hire. We want to move to a bigger house soon cuz have no room allready let alone when bub comes and have to get cot and other items but everywhere is too expensive.
Expecting our first on the 14th of August..
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11-01-2012 06:36 #25
When budgeting for your rent/mortgage 'they' say it should be about a third of your income.
We pay $625 a week on our mortgage and that is approximately a third of what we earn.
11-01-2012 06:52 #26
$400 a week mortgage. 4 bdr all with built in wdrb, 2 bath, ensuite with double shower, 2 living, large outdoor area, double garage, 3 yr old home on 1/2 acre block.
Weekly income is $1400 but we are also supplied vehicles each by our work so no running costs, insurance rego, maintenance etc & also all fuel is supplied - work & private.
I only work part time (23 hrs) but it means I can help DH on the farm when needed & be really flexible with hours.
We aren't putting away massive savings but the mortgage is kind of forced savings I guess since we will eventually move to the farm & DH will inherit the family farm so he prefers more money go into building the farm up then him receive higher wages & put it into savings.
OP there is a big difference in city & country living costs, just something to keep in mind when considering income vs costs.
11-01-2012 06:55 #27
$530 p/w and bring home $1400 p/w with one wage.. Our invest property is $210 p/w n fetches $380 in rent p/w
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11-01-2012 07:05 #28
$310 rent, soon to be $230 mortgage...
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11-01-2012 07:09 #29
Mine is skewed. Our rent is $560 per month for a 4 bed, 2 bath house, 13 year old house. We rent from our employer. If we were renting this house on the private market we'd be paying $600 per week at least (mining town).
Average weekly income after tax is approx $2.5k
11-01-2012 07:11 #30
$320 pw rent out of a usual 750 pw income, plus about 200 pw in ftb and rent assistance.
We rent a 3 bedroom duplex, 2 bathrooms, quite a small place with a tiny yard, but in a good area.
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