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Realstate.com.au: Lockdown is changing Victorians’ views on how and where they live

30 September, 2020 | 
Pureprofile 

Originally published: Realstate.com.au, 29 September 2020

Almost 80 per cent of Victorians have second-guessed where they live during lockdown.
And as many as one in four of us are open to a new home interstate, according to research by one of the nation’s biggest developers.

An August survey compiled independently for Stockland shows 80 per cent of Australians are now more conscious their home is linked to their wellbeing, despite only 73 per cent planning to take better care of their health following the pandemic.

The firm surveyed 314 Victorians and 1199 people nationwide via independent researchers at Pureprofile


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