Veja o que da para alugar pagando R$685 reais por semana na Australia.
Quando mudamos para um país diferente, não temos ideia do valor das coisas. É sempre importante pesquisar o valor real do que você irá gastar. Obvio que há alternativas mais em conta se você est´pa disposto a dividir a moradia com mais pessoas. Ou se você procura uma moradia maior, e não quer dividir, é também importante a localização.
O site Buzzfeed fez uma pesquisa selecionando algumas propriedades que estão no mercado para alugar, na média de $250 dollares ou R$685 reais por semana – veja a diferença nas diferentes cidades da Australia. Aproveitando você tem o link das imobiliárias para dar uma conferida, caso esteja procurando uma propriedade diferente.
Schofields, Sydney, NSW – $250 a week
Location: Schofields, fica pelo menos ha 1 hora de trem do centro de Sydney.
No banheiro também fica a lavanderia – ou o espaço para a máquina de lavar roupas. Animais não são permitidos e não tem garragem. Mas você pode estacionar na rua.
Stanmore, Sydney, NSW – $200 a week
Bedroom: Quarto privado numa casa. Todos os outros comodos da casa são compartilhado entre os moradores
Location: Stanmore, apenas ha 20 minutos de trem do centro da cidade.
Apartamento bem organizado e com todas as facilidades inclusas para quem não se importa em dividir o ap.
Denman, NSW – $205 a week
Bedrooms: 3 quartos
Location: Denman, Hunter Valley, fica ha 3 horas de carro de Sydney
A three-bedroom house with a modern kitchen, a yard and a three-car garage, in central Denman, a suburb surrounded by wineries and greenery.
Albury, NSW – $240 a week
Bedrooms: 2 quartos.
Location: Albury, uma cidade do interior na borda entre os estados de VIC e NSW – e a 3 horas de carro de Melbourne.
uma casa inteira, com essa cozinha maravilhosa por apenas $240 por semana, é um achado!
Queanbeyan, NSW – $250 a week
Location: Queanbeyan, 20 minutos de Canberra
Queanbeyan is the place to live when you need to go to Canberra, but sure as hell don’t want to live there. This studio is teeny tiny (can you see the bed cramped in behind the sofa), but it IS fully furnished, so you don’t need to spend hours trapped in IKEA before moving in.
Canberra, ACT – $240 a week
Bedrooms: Quarto privado numa share house.
Location: Next to ANU, pertinho do centro de Canberra.
When it comes to share houses, this one looks pretty damn great. It has two ovens and a dishwasher, so you just have to hope your potential roommates know how to use them.
Carlton, Melbourne, Vic. – $250 a week
If you’re fine with a small living space, this studio is pretty fab. Super close to the CBD and near a ton of great restaurants, it’s pretty great value for money. You’ll just never be able to have guests over. And you can only have a mini fridge.
Werribee, Melbourne, Vic. – $250 a week
Location: Werribee, about a 40-minute train ride to the Melbourne CBD.
This modern, two-level unit is a 15-minute drive to the beach. It has a carspace and a fancy outdoor dining area so you can make your friends think you’re a grown-up who eats cheese platters alfresco.
Highgate Hill, Brisbane, Qld. – $250 a week
Location: Highgate Hill, fica bem no centro de Brisbane
This is a pretty small space, but has a modern kitchen and an internal laundry. Looks like the washing machine will be right next to your bed and TV and couch and bathroom and everything else, so I hope you like the sound of clothes being washed.
Chinchilla, Qld. – $210 a week
Bedrooms: 3 quartos.
Location: Chinchilla, central Queensland, aproximadamente ha 3 horas de Brisbane.
First off, you’ll be living in a suburb that’s so fun to say. Also this is a brand-new house so it’s definitely not haunted.
Nightcliff, Darwin, NT – $230 a week
Location: Nightcliff, a coastal suburb 10 minutes drive from Darwin city.
Look, its not the most glamorous bathroom you’ve ever seen. BUT you’re literally across the road from the beach and you’re still close to the city.
Roxby Downs, SA – $250 a week
Location: Roxby Downs, a small mining town 600km north of Adelaide.
A four bedroom house, with a pool and a backyard for $250 a week? Tell ‘em he’s dreaming! Plus, Roxby Downs is apparently referred to as “the most modern town in the outback”, so you probably won’t feel too isolated.
Adelaide CBD, SA – $250 a week
Location: Adelaide, about 15 minutes walk to the CBD.
Turns out your money can go a long way in Adelaide. It’s got a built in wardrobe, double bedroom, and both the bathroom and the kitchen are modern, which is almost unheard of.
Perth CBD, WA – $250 a week
Location: Perth CBD.
This partially-furnished unit has a pretty top-noch view. It’s right near the CBD and is less than a minute’s walk from the river waterfront.
Mandurah, WA – $240 a week
Location: Mandurah, a beachside town 70km south of Perth.
It’s not the snazziest looking house on the block, but it is about 5 minutes from the beach, and has off-street parking.
Mt Nelson, Hobart, Tas. – $220 a week
Location: About 15 minutes drive south of Hobart CBD.
This super-trendy split-level unit just screams “I drink green juice every morning while reading inspirational poetry on my deck”.
Beauty Point, Tas. – $230 a week
Location: Beauty Point, a tiny town 40km north of Launceston.
So this is in a place called Beauty Point, so you don’t even need to see the house to want to live there, right? It’s right on the water, it has a perfect sun deck, and it’s close to the shops (but in a town of 1500 people, it’s probably hard not to be).
Rosebery, Tas. – $180 a week
Bedrooms: 3 quartos
Location: A 1000-population town in North-West Tasmania, 4 hours drive from Hobart.
This is pretty much a fucking mansion compared to anything else you could get for $180 a week. AND it has a backyard AND a deck. This is the kind of house city-dwellers can only dream of.
Heathcote, Vic – $250 a week
Bedrooms: 2 quartos
Location: Heathcote, a central Victorian town, about 100km north of Melbourne.
This adorable, colourful bungalow is open plan and sunny, and might make you feel like you’re living in a grown-up tree house. Plus it has a huge backyard for BBQs and backyard cricket.