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Limited capital city housing options under $200,000




Following recent policy announcements by the Federal Opposition, housing related issues such as affordability have come onto the political agenda.  Whether Labor’s policies would actually improve housing affordability, especially without supply and infrastructure reforms, remains to be seen.  Nevertheless the following piece looks at affordability by analysing median house and unit values into bands across Australia’s suburbs in order to get a deeper look at the cost of housing.

House values tend to be more expensive in capital cities than in regional areas. This is highlighted by the fact that 51.2% of regional suburbs have a median value of between $200,000 and $400,000 compared to 15.4% of capital city suburbs. Similarly just…

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