How did regional housing affordability get so bad?

Jack Needham
By Jack Needham
Updated November 16 2021 - 4:09am, first published August 16 2021 - 7:00am
Rental prices in many regional markets have increased since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Shutterstock

Despite predictions of a housing collapse early on in the pandemic, COVID-19 has brought with it an unprecedented escalation in regional house prices and rents.

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Jack Needham

Jack Needham

Property News Editor

Jack has been writing about real estate since 2015, covering residential and commercial property markets throughout Australia for the likes of Smart Property Investment and Domain. He has also spent time in the United States researching real estate trends, with a focus on housing affordability issues, for the California Association of Realtors.