There is a rising demand among expatriates to live in the mining towns of Australia, statements from an expert have indicated.
Your Property Club founder and real estate investor Brett Alegre-Wood said the affordability of these buildings is improving.
This has resulted in a "huge" demand for these residences, he declared.
However, the specialist described this sector as "two-tier", noting that the eastern seaboard is where around 80 per cent of the populace lives.
These places are "getting hit hardest", although other areas are still experiencing higher house prices because members of the public in the districts are "getting paid so much".
Mr Algegre-Wood added people who are relocating abroad to live in Australia might wish to choose a major urban location such as Sydney or Melbourne.
International healthcare cover might be vital when moving down under, with the US' Central Intelligence Agency World Factbook noting the nation is at risk of severe droughts, cyclones, forest fires and volcanic activity.