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In the world's most liveable cities, few can afford to buy a home

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Super-charged by record low interest rates, a lack of supply and a tax system that favours property investors, home prices have surged over 140% in the past 15 years, propelling Sydney past London and New York to rank as the second-most expensive housing market.

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HOME ownership among young Australians has fallen to the lowest level on record, as an explosive property boom squeezes out all but the wealthiest.

Super-charged by record low interest rates, a lack of supply and a tax system that favours property investors, home prices have...

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