Saturday, March 30, 2013

Cheapest most affordable places to live in Sydney

Cheapest most affordable places to live in Sydney

North of the bridge is expensive, so cut that all out now! - unless you go two hours North, and forget the beaches, Really forget them.

Rentals in the South west around East Hills or in the Rockdale area go from around au $400 to au $800 a week. (Still not cheap).

Parramatta to Penrith to the West has some really cheap places.

If you go past Pendle hill its even cheaper, but you get what you pay for. It becomes rougher.
Blacktown rentals for three bedroom houses are $300-$400 per week.

Places Like Kensington, Kingsford, Randwick and Maroubra are inexpensive and safe-ish. These are also close to a university These are about 20 minutes bus ride to Sydney central and for a bonus they arere close to the beach!  Rooms go for $150 per week and three bedroom places$450.

Generally, sticking close to the universities and getting student places is cheapish.

Really, Really cheap is the St Mary's area. There are apartments to purchase at about $130,000 and
some houses for $200,000. Rentals for flats $120 and houses about $150. The commute is longer to Sydney - about 40 minutes by train.

Bankstown, Cabramatta and Redfern are all harder cheaper suburbs. Redfern is cheaper due to some crime. Even cheaper is further to Croyden and Burwood.

Later people - if you can lower your standards for a bit you will be able to survive your move to Sydney - especially if you are on a tight budget!!

If you are looking for a cheap place to stay, try looking here for a accommodation booking


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