Low average salary in the Riverina worsens impact of housing crisis: report

Monty Jacka
By Monty Jacka
May 12 2022 - 7:00pm
LEFT BEHIND: Argyle Housing CEO Carolyn Doherty said residents in the Riverina are being pushed to social housing as the cost of renting or buying a home outstrips their salary. Picture: Les Smith

Experts believe the significantly low average income in the Riverina has left the region more vulnerable to the impacts of the national housing shortage.

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Monty Jacka

Monty Jacka

Journalist

Monty is a journalist at The Daily Advertiser in Wagga. He can be reached at m.jacka@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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