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Melbourne Still the Most Liveable City in the World

“Melbourne is one of the most liveable cities in the world.” – Well, this statement could lead you to longer debates. Some would say it’s too expensive and the weather is a bit tricky. So before we jump to conclusions, let’s try to dissect everything first and find out why more and more people are looking for houses for sale at Victoria’s capital and finest city, Melbourne.   

Melbourne’s hat trick

Melbourne was featured last year on CNN as the most liveable cities in the world, scoring the maximum 100/100 for its healthcare, education, and infrastructure. It was also rewarded 95 and 95.1 in the stability, culture, and environment categories respectively. The vibrant city has topped the rankings for the past three years with a very high rating 97.5 overall.  Well, this could also be one of the reasons why properties in Melbourne are more expensive.

 So why Melbourne?

Even though prices are higher compared to other cities in Australia, many people are still looking for places to stay in Melbourne. This is because it has a lot of things to offer. Apart from education and health care, there are other perks you may uncover once you get around the city. This is also one of the reasons why investors are searching for commercial real estate properties. The location is perfect for any kind of business.

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Good People


The first thing you will notice in this city is the people around you. Though most people are ethnically diverse, they are generally friendly. The locals are usually nice to newcomers. They can even help you to be more familiar with the city. The community and activities may vary depending on what suburb. So you need to do a little research to suit your preference.


There are many things to do and you will never get bored. Melbourne celebrates many fun-filled festivals or major events that are on throughout the year. It is also home to different shopping malls—from top international brands to local shopping strips. Amusement centres, museums and sports facilities are also around the city.


Getting around the city is never a hassle. There are different public transportation available. These include trams, buses, and shuttles. It is also pedestrian-friendly. You can walk around the streets or spend your break time at the back alleyways, where you can find different restaurants, pubs, and other interesting art shops. 

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Finding the right place for you and your family is not that difficult if you do your research. It is also advisable if you consult a licensed real estate agent. These professionals can help you find the best property that can suit your budget and preference.

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