The state has announced its proposed plan to combat the rental crisis, yet some are concerned it will only worsen living conditions for tenants.
Australia is among the worst countries when it comes to housing affordability and vacancy rates, but an economist has highlighted one change that can ease the crisis.
The four-bedroom property was advertised for $480 a week, but there was one key feature that caught the eye.
The 'horrible' new home was put to shame by the well-known building inspector. See his video highlighting the multitude of errors.
The desperate state of the country's rental crisis is highlighted by this one Facebook ad. Check out what is being offered.
A content creator who spends hours exposing the country's worst rentals says he has never seen anything like it. Find out more.
A Sydney-based cleaner has revealed to Yahoo the shocking reality of how some tenants leave properties at the end of their lease.
The building defects in the home highlight a major concern for Aussies hoping to purchase a new property. Find out more.
Hopeful tenants have hit back at the new affordable housing scheme fearing it won't help. Find out more.
Kevin Martin, 55, had plans to sell the property and retire but is now facing a huge clean-up bill. Find out more.
A Queensland mum has spoken to Yahoo News about the appalling cockroach-infested rental she had to endure during her desperate search for accommodation. See her video of the horrific room.
Despite interest from people to move to the outback Queensland town to take up the offer, there's a key issue preventing them from making the move.
One Sydney resident thought they could make a buck by offering the space up for rent but quickly pulled down the listing – and it turns out it was unlawful.
The 'shocking' question to hopeful renters comes after sweeping changes have been enacted in most Aussie states. Do you think this is too far?
A young homeowner is warning others not to make the same mistake she did after selling her Melbourne property.
Whenever prospective tenants call the real estate agent, they have one question – 'and it's always the same'.
Low income tenants would be giving up almost 60 per cent of their wage to live in the discounted apartments – that's twice as high as the NSW government's own guidelines.