Rental houses in Melbourne’s CBD are in crisis

Rental Houses are in Crisis.

It is the time of year when we are faced with the need to find new places to live and invest our money.

And the list of places to buy a house is a long one.

For some, the choice is simple, and others will have to make difficult choices.

As a result, rents are expected to rise and many will have no choice but to find alternative living arrangements.

The rise in rental prices is already starting to affect the city’s young, the unemployed and people with disabilities.

A house is expensive.

A room is not cheap.

It costs more to rent a room than it does to buy the house.

And many of these prices are not reflective of the quality of the property, according to the Australian Institute of Housing Research (AiHAR).

A rental is a rental.

It means the cost of rent and the cost to manage the property is not reflected in the value of the house, according AiHAR’s latest research.

“A rental property is a property which is not a home, it’s not a family, it doesn’t have a history of family,” Professor Tony Houghton said.

“It is a rented-out space and a room in the house is only a room, because the tenant has paid for it and the landlord has been given the right to control it.”

The problem is compounded by the fact that the supply of houses is at a standstill, according Professor Houghon.

There are a lot of properties available and there are a very small number of new houses being built each year.

Many are empty.

In the meantime, landlords are turning to rent-to-own.

If you can find a place to rent, you can use a rental application to pay off your mortgage.

A property manager will then book you a house.

If you buy the property later, you get the rent back.

The only problem with the rental market is that many landlords are not aware of the laws in place to protect tenants. Rent-to