The REIA Housing Affordability Report is out for the March quarter and shows a marginal improvement across the country to housing affordability.
The proportion of income required to meet loan repayments decreased by 0.1 percentage points to 34.7% over the quarter, according to the report.
In his introduction to the report REIA president, Adrian Kelly outlined the highlights of the findings.
“With the exception of Victoria, Tasmania and Western Australia, housing affordability improved across the states and territories with the Australian Capital Territory having the largest improvement 1.1 percentage points,” said Mr Kelly.
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