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The rental vacancy rate has almost doubled since September last year in Sydney and Melbourne

1Mo ago 0 Replies 218 Views
he vacancy rate (the percentage of available properties not yet leased) has almost doubled in the 12 months since September last year, rising from 2 per cent to 3.8 per cent.
The average rent has also declined sharply along with that reduced demand.
It’s created what real estate agents might call a “renters’ market”…







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