What would you rather: a private island or a one-bedroom shoebox in Sydney's inner west?
In this market, no one wins.
It now costs $1,976 a month to rent a one-bedroom apartment
Australian artist Ian Strange photographs the foreclosed homes of Ohio's Rust Belt.
But at least you get to share the pleasure with 14 other boarders.
Have a million dollars? Oh, you do then? Ok, you can have a house.
Jonathan Sri talked to us about fielding outrage from Brisbane's Lord Mayor, and facing eviction for his living arrangements.
"We call it the generation squeeze. Thirty years ago someone your age could actually buy a nice house in a reasonable suburb on one income."
In five weeks I've crashed at nine houses in nine suburbs, cementing my position as a victim of Auckland's superheated housing market.
Probably says a lot about London's property bubble that the house where Dennis Nilsen boiled the heads of his murder victims is only a bit below market value.