If buying a house is a pipe dream, renting one is a nightmare

The question of housing affordability is dominated by talk of house prices and what the Reserve Bank of Australia will do today when it meets to decide on interest rates. However, the ninth annual Anglicare Rental Affordability Snapshot highlights that for many people living on either the minimum wage or government benefits, the problem of housing is not about buying a home but being able to find an affordable place to rent.

Read the full opinion piece here in Guardian Australia

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