No fear of blockade and isolation, Melbourne house auction clearance rate rises
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During the COVID-XNUMX pandemic, Australian landlords have no intention of reducing rents
The report shows that at least a quarter of tenants lost their source of income during the epidemic, but only 1% of tenants said their landlord was willing to reduce rent or agreed to postpone rent collection.Among these landlords, 4% just agreed to defer rent collection and were unwilling to reduce rent.
Mr. James Toomey, who participated in the study, said that due to a large number of tenants who are in arrears with high rents and the policy prohibiting forced eviction of tenants is about to expire, the Australian government must act as soon as possible to provide social security housing and reduce homelessness. Make more efforts.
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