In Melbourne, apartments are expensive, but they are also very expensive to live in.
The median rent for an apartment in Melbourne is $3,800 a month.
This is the second highest monthly rent in Australia.
In comparison, the median rent in Sydney is $1,700 a month and Melbourne’s median rent is $2,000 a month, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
This means that in Melbourne, it is very expensive for someone to live there, with a median rent of $3.50 per month, or about $400 a month more than Sydney.
The average cost per month to live is $8,500 in Melbourne.
The city has the highest rent in the country at $1.2 million, followed by Sydney at $9,600.
The national average rent is in the region of $1 million.
Most of the apartments in Melbourne are single-family homes.
This makes them especially expensive to rent.
Single-family houses have a median price of $400,000.
A large majority of the city’s apartments are one-bedroom apartments.
This type of apartment is more expensive to buy, but it also means that it is more likely to have a deposit.
In the city of Melbourne, the average rental value of a one-bedroom apartment is $10,800.
The second most expensive apartment in the city is a two-bedroom apartment for $15,200.
It is the fourth most expensive property in the metropolitan area.
The cost of a two bedroom apartment is roughly $12,000 per month.
Most apartments have three bedrooms.
In Melbourne there are about 1,000 one- and two-bedrooms in a single- family home.
There are a large number of one- to two-family properties in Melbourne as well, which makes them particularly expensive to purchase.
There is a big difference in cost between an apartment with three bedrooms and one with two bedrooms.
An apartment with one bedroom can be much more expensive than an apartment without a bedroom.
Most two- to three-bedroom units in Melbourne can cost up to $15 million.
The biggest price difference is when you factor in the deposit, which is generally $2.5 million.
In addition to the rent, there are also other costs associated with buying a home.
It will cost a property a total of about $10 million, according the Australian Capital Territory’s Property Finance Act of 1996.
This includes mortgage and insurance costs, as well as any taxes, penalties and fees that may apply.
If a property is sold, there is also a buyer’s premium of up to 50 per cent.