Rental Yield

Published 21 September 2022Updated 14th February 2023

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What is Rental Yield?

An investment property's rental yield is the income generated by it in comparison with its cost of acquisition and ownership. It is often expressed in terms of a percentage.

In Australia, a good rental yield is considered to be around 4-5% for houses and 5-6% for apartments. There are, however, a variety of factors that can influence rental yield, including location, type of property, and market conditions.

FAQs about Rental Yield

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