Aussies reject apartment ‘battery chook’ living

One of the biggest side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Australian property market is that it has reversed the trend towards apartment living.

There are several drivers behind this trend.

First, the collapse in immigration and international student numbers has dampened apartment demand in inner-cities. This is reflected by the sharp fall in apartment rents across the immigration hot spots of Sydney and Melbourne:

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