Melbourne’s first-home purchaser pleasant suburbs, with median home costs beneath $600,000, are halving each two or three years.
The most recent information from realestate.com.au reveals there are simply 41 left. Three years in the past, there have been 79 and in 2016, there have been 168.
Specialists have accordingly labelled first-home purchaser help caps “past ridiculous” and referred to as on the federal government to spice up their stamp-duty free threshold to $800,000, and even to make property much less engaging for buyers.
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