Commuting nightmares prompt more families to rethink the dream of a big suburban home
Daily commuting times have risen in almost every capital city in Australia and as house prices continue to rise, experts say more families are opting to live in an apartment to beat the gridlock.
The ABS also found nearly one in 10 children aged four or younger lived in an apartment.
Travis Pearson and his wife Kylie are one of those families after selling their home in Clayfield on Brisbane's northside four years ago and moving to an apartment at West End in the inner city.
"My wife and I both grew up believing you had to buy a house and land and live out in the suburbs to be happy, and that's what you should aspire to," Mr Pearson said.
"We did that, but found we weren't happy.
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