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Aussie house prices rise at fourth-fastest rate in OECD over 20 years – The Australian Financial Review

The OECD says planning and zoning restrictions are a key contributor to the fact it takes six years longer to afford a home in…

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Australia has high housing costs relative to incomes and house prices have increased very quickly over the last 20 years, Mr de Mello said.
Supply has been rigid because of regulatory measures such as restrictive land use regulations and restrictive zoning…

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