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Real estate values have suffered slightly in recent years, but many locations are still particularly pricey, she asserted.
The expert claimed Sydney is generally "very expensive", but many expatriates have moved to New South Wales, Perth and Victoria.
Most people who buy buildings in Australia intend to move there indefinitely, generally for jobs, she pointed out, admitting some individuals may purchase asserts for investment purposes.
Several regions have released "work-driven schemes" to encourage members of the public from overseas to move to them, Ms Rowlinson noted.
It may be a useful place to settle in to find employment, as Australian Visa Bureau spokesman Tom Blackett recently noted the joblessness rate is 5.3 per cent, compared with 9.1 per cent in the US and 7.8 per cent in the UK.
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