Rents and Rentals in North Auckland

North Auckland, Devonport
North Auckland, Devonport

North Auckland Weekly Rent For 2 Bedroom Houses – Unfurnished

Location Cheaper Average Dearer
Albany $380 $395 $420
Beachhaven / Birkdale $376 $400 $451
Devonport $447 $505 $585
East Coast Bays $422 $482 $580
Hillcrest / Northcote $393 $425 $461
Rothesay / Murrays / Mairangi Bays $417 $465 $555
Sunnynook / Westlake $415 $435 $496
Takapuna $440 $480 $500
Torbay $382 $410 $435
Wairau Park / Glenfield North $381 $410 $433

North Auckland Weekly Rent For 3 Bedroom Houses – Unfurnished

Location Cheaper Average Dearer
Albany $462 $500 $572
Beachhaven / Birkdale $450 $470 $500
Devonport $590 $660 $700
East Coast Bays $505 $587 $650
Hillcrest / Northcote $460 $500 $542
Rothesay / Murrays / Mairangi Bays $493 $530 $602
Sunnynook / Westlake $490 $520 $570
Takapuna $550 $620 $660
Torbay $471 $500 $560
Wairau Park / Glenfield North $460 $485 $510

The prices above were recorded during the six months to 31 August 2014.

According to Crockers Property in July 2014, Aucklanders are paying around $140 per week more to live in a three bedroomed rental compared to the rest of New Zealand and $70 per week more to live in a two bedroomed rental.

From the selection displayed, the Tenancy Services Division figures show that in Auckland North Shore the most expensive average rent for a two bedroomed house is in Devonport at $505 per week. The cheapest is in Albany at $395 per week.

For a three bedroomed house in Auckland North Shore the most expensive average rent is in Devonport at $660 per week and the cheapest is in Beachhaven / Birkdale at $470 per week.

Data provided by the Tenancy Services Division of the New Zealand Government’s Ministry of Housing.

Return to the Rentals New Zealand Main Page or find flat rents in North Auckland.

Notes and Definitions
• Cheaper: One-quarter of properties rent for less than this price.
• Average: This is the median price
• Dearer: One-quarter of properties rent for more than this price.
Prices include social housing, so ‘cheaper’ levels of market rents are unlikely to be found in the private sector in some suburbs. Properties are often let from January for 12 months, hence there is often an increase in rents at the beginning of the year. Data courtesy of the Tenancy Services Division of the New Zealand Government’s Ministry of Housing.

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