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  • Young Aussies give up homeowning dream
  • Young Aussies give up homeowning dream
    Pabak Sarkar (2014) ©
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Young Aussies give up homeowning dream

With Australians in their 20s and 30s entering the housing market later than their parents – and in much smaller numbers – they've been termed "generation rent". And while owning a home isn't the sum total of the great Australian dream, the young still feel like they're missing out.

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