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Unemployment concerns to stifle home buying activity

Staff Reporter 1 minute read

Nearly a third of Australians will put their home buying plans on hold because of fears of unemployment, a realestate.com.au survey has found.

According to the survey over 32 per cent of 2,665 survey respondents surveyed said they’ll hold off entering the market because of job uncertainty.

In total, 55 per cent of respondents had some degree of concern about their job security.

 

Unemployment concerns to stifle home buying activity
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