Rents in Sydney and Melbourne remain more affordable than those in Hobart | ABC News

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Rents in Sydney and Melbourne remain more affordable than those in Hobart, according to the annual Rental Affordability Index. Perth has seen the greatest decline in affordability out of the capital cities.

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