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Absolute mayhem as TWO HUNDRED desperate renters turn up to a house inspection | WATCH

PHOTO: Sydney rental property

  • Video showed more than 200 prospective tenants crowding into a Sydney street
  • They turned out to inspect a $530-a-week four-bedroom home on Wednesday 
  • Traffic was gridlocked as those attending viewing parked cars across driveways
  • Police officers called to clear to unblock the road and shut down the inspection
  • Listing agent Isabella Mucedola said more than 100 missed out on viewing home
  • Said rental homes hard to come by after months of pent-up demand in lockdown

Astonishing footage shows more than 200 prospective tenants crowding into a suburban street for a rental inspection – forcing police to clear the area.

Video taken by a bemused neighbour in Sydney’s south-west, shows hundreds lining up to inspect the $530-a-week four-bedroom brick home on Wednesday.

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Traffic on Bennison Road, Hinchinbrook was gridlocked for about 30 minutes, with dozens of cars left parked across driveways and footpaths near the one-storey property.

‘One house goes up for rent in south-west Sydney and it’s total mayhem. I’ve never seen this before,’ the neighbour said in a TikTok video as he filmed the chaos.

Blaze Real Estate listing agent Isabella Mucedola told Daily Mail Australia police were forced shut down the inspection half-an-hour early so they could clear the road.

She said more than a hundred people who wanted to view the home missed out.


Rent in Sydney. Open house for a rental property. 200+ people turned up at the same time. Blocked the whole neighbourhood. #rent #sydneyaustralia #houserental #gridlock #police #unbelievable

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