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Top 6 reasons to make a move towards Adelaide in 2020

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As if we need to convince you, but just in case you are sitting on the fence, there are too many reasons to consider a move to Adelaide this year. A mix of lifestyle, market performance, amenities, schooling and affordability make investing in or moving to Adelaide a serious consideration for many people. With rental prices nearly half that of Sydney, and with some suburbs in Melbourne seeing house prices increase by nearly 20 per cent over 2019, there is little wonder why people are looking interstate to build a prosperous future.
1. A healthy market performance
2. A stunning backyard
3. Strong market potential
4. A centre for investment in renewables
5. World-class education facilities
6. A wine region to make the rest of the country jealous

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