Real Estate Institute of Australia’s (REIA) latest Housing Affordability Report (HAR) shows that housing affordability in Australia declined nationally in the December quarter 2020 although, overall it improved over the year by 0.7 percentage points.
REIA President, Adrian Kelly said that the decline in affordability is largely attributable to higher house prices and larger loans.
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RAPID GROWTH IN HOUSING FINANCE APPROVALS SLOWING DOWN
AUSTRALIAN HOUSING PRICES SOAR BY 500% OVER PAST 25 YEARS
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