Real estate agents warn of rising costs as price increases continue

Real estate agent Daniel Marcello, who works for a real estate firm in Italy, said the rising costs of renting were hurting the industry and that he was preparing for a downturn.

“It’s very tough to be an agent,” Mr Marcella said.

“You need to get to a point where you’re making enough money to cover your expenses.”

If you have kids, then the costs get bigger, and you need to find ways to make ends meet.

“The average price of a one-bedroom apartment in Melbourne is now $1.3 million, compared with $1 million a decade ago.

That compares with a peak of $1,300,000 in the early 2000s.”

He said the problem was partly driven by the growth of the luxury housing market and partly by the rising cost of property taxes. “

The cost of renting is skyrocketing.”

He said the problem was partly driven by the growth of the luxury housing market and partly by the rising cost of property taxes.

But he also warned against over-reacting.

“The real estate market has been doing well for a long time.

The rental market has struggled, but not for long,” he said.

Mr Juliano was quick to note that the rental sector was not immune from the trend, and warned the market could see a similar cycle in the future.

“We have to stay alert.

If the trend continues, then we will see a bubble,” he warned.”

This is a problem for the industry as a whole.”

In the future, when the price of property rises and you can no longer afford to live here, you are going to see a lot of sellers go out of business.

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