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  • Homes in Wollongong are pricier than New York
  • Homes in Wollongong are pricier than New York
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Homes in Wollongong are pricier than New York

Australia is one of the most popular migration destinations for European citizens, and with notoriously high wages and a successful sidestep of the global financial crisis, it's considered one of the most financially stable countries to live. But debt is on the rise – is there trouble in Australia's paradise?

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