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New research has uncovered the 10 highest yielding locations for houses across Australia, with six hailing from one state.
CoreLogic RP Data’s November 'Top 10 special edition' focused on rents for houses, using an automated valuation model (AVM) to find the highest yields.
Resources hot spots dominate, and taking out the top spot was Miles in southern Queensland, reported to have an AVM rental yield of 9.8 per cent. The town, around 340 kilometres west of Brisbane on the Warrego Highway, has a growing prevalence of liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects, according to CoreLogic RP Data. 2011 census data recorded its population as just 1,856.
Full list below.
Top 10 highest yielding locations for houses in Australia ranked by AVM rental yield
1. Miles, Qld: 9.8%
2. Newman, WA: 9.8%
3. Kambalda East, WA: 8.9%
4. Queenstown, Tas: 8.5%
5. Broken Hill, NSW: 8.5%
6. South Hedland, WA: 8.4%
7. Port Hedland, WA: 8.0%
8. Kambalda West, WA: 8.0%
9. Baynton, WA: 8.0%
10. Cloncurry, Qld: 7.9%
Source: CoreLogic RP Data