|December||Figures for the December Quarter 2019 will be released 29 January 2020.|
The figures to the left are sourced from the Consumer Price Index Report, produced quarterly by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The figure is not the general CPI figure, it is for rents only.
To find the figures, the complete list of CPI figures for Canberra dwelling rents can be found in ABS CPI Downloads TABLE 9. CPI: Group, Sub-group and Expenditure Class, Index Numbers by Capital City the worksheet is – Index Numbers: Rents; Canberra. You then need to scroll down through all of the figures in the index until you reach “rents Canberra” (down to table (1129)
Alternatively, the following link will search Google and display the latest CPI quarter, as well as when the next release is expected: SEARCH »
For more information about how quarterly CPI figures can affect your rental see:
Tenancy Fact sheets:
Occupancy Fact sheets:
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