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Annual rental affordability index – embargoed 14 November

National Shelter-SGS Economics and Planning < 1 mins read

The annual National Shelter-SGS Economics and Planning Rental Affordability Index will go live on Tuesday 14 November, with confronting trends for Queensland.

To receive the report materials under strict embargo or arrange an interview, please contact

Charlie@hortonadvisory.com.au

0452 606 171 

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