The dream of a suburban home in a suburb is slowly fading into history as home buyers seek cheaper rents in the area.
In the past year, home values have been falling across the country.
But in many metro areas, housing has been a hot commodity.
Many suburbs have been hit hard by the global economic downturn, as investors seek lower-cost rental properties.
But in recent months, demand for homes has been rising in the suburbs, and this trend is set to continue.
So what is the real-estate market doing to help ease the shortage of rentals?
While the demand for housing in the metro region has been steady for a number of years, there are still many properties in metro areas that are still being built.
The demand is likely to remain high in the coming years.
This is a key factor that has contributed to the slow and steady decline in the number of new homes in metro cities.
The metro housing market has been very active in the past couple of years.
In the first quarter of 2019, there were 723 new homes built in the Greater Sydney metro area.
That was a jump of 17% over the same period last year.
The number of newly built homes in the Sydney metropolitan area rose from 10,074 in the first half of 2019 to 11,096 in the same quarter of last year (Chart 1).
In addition, there have been a number the sale of properties in the metropolitan areas, which have helped to push up the prices of these properties.
While these sales have helped drive up prices in the areas that the new homes are being built in, the sales are also helping to drive up rents.
For example, a new home sold for $4.8 million in the western suburbs of Sydney in the second quarter of this year, up 17% from the same time last year, when the market was still relatively weak.
The average rent for a new detached home in Sydney increased from $1,098 in the third quarter of 2020 to $2,068 in the fourth quarter of 2018.
On the flip side, the median rent in the Melbourne metro area in the year to the end of September was $1.87 million, up 4.7% from a year earlier.
The median rent for single-detached homes in Melbourne was $2.25 million in September, up 7.3% from last year when the area was experiencing its hottest rental period in history.
However, in some areas, the demand is still not there, and new home buyers have been reluctant to buy in these areas.
The recent sell-off in the housing market and the strong price growth in some suburbs have left some metro areas struggling to fill rental vacancies.
In some areas of the metro, demand is starting to decline, with home prices falling as buyers look for cheaper rents.
For example, in the southern suburbs of Melbourne, home prices fell 5.9% in the quarter to September 2018.
The latest figures show that home prices in those areas fell 5% in September 2018 compared to the same month in 2019.
The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics figures also show that the median house price in the Northern Territory fell 5%.
This is due to the fact that the population has increased, but that the number renting out homes has also fallen, which means the price of houses is falling.
The Northern Territory is also seeing a decrease in the amount of people renting out a home compared to other states.
The trend in the Australian housing market is similar to what is happening in the global market.
As the global economy recovers, demand in the US and Europe is expected to increase.
However, in Australia, the global financial crisis has also put a brake on the demand from overseas buyers.