Rents and Rentals in Otago / Southland

Otago / Southland weekly rents for unfurnished accommodation. Houses | Otago | Southland | Invercargill | Queenstown

Otago / Southland Weekly Rent For 2 Bedroom Houses – Unfurnished

Location Cheaper Average Dearer
Central Otago District $200 $235 $255
Clutha / Southland – Both Districts $150 $170 $200
Queenstown Lakes – Queenstown / Frankton / Arrowtown $300 $335 $385
Queenstown Lakes – Queenstown Central $260 $335 $350
Queenstown Lakes – Wanaka $232 $275 $300
Waitaki District $190 $230 $240
Gore District $150 $170 $173
Invercargill – Central Invercargill / Bluff $172 $190 $210
Invercargill – Suburbs $181 $210 $230

Otago / Southland Weekly Rent For 3 Bedroom Houses – Unfurnished

Location Cheaper Average Dearer
Central Otago District $240 $265 $285
Clutha / Southland – Both Districts $165 $220 $250
Queenstown Lakes – Queenstown / Frankton / Arrowtown $380 $425 $480
Queenstown Lakes – Queenstown Central $418 $450 $491
Queenstown Lakes – Wanaka $310 $350 $370
Waitaki District $230 $250 $260
Gore District $172 $200 $230
Invercargill – Central Invercargill / Bluff $187 $215 $250
Invercargill – Suburbs $210 $240 $265

The prices above were recorded during the six months to 31 May 2013.

The Tenancy Services Division figures show that in Otago / Southland the most expensive average rent for a two bedroomed house is in Queenstown Lakes – Queenstown / Frankton / Arrowtown and Queenstown Central at $335 per week. The cheapest is in Gore District at $200 per week.

For a three bedroomed house in Otago / Southland the most expensive average rent is in Queenstown Lakes – Queenstown Central at $450 per week and the cheapest is in Central Invercargill, Bluff and Gore District at $200 per week.

Return to the Rentals New Zealand Main Page or find flat rentals in Otago / Southland / Queenstown.

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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