Tim Hardaway, the actor and co-creator of HBO’s “Real Time,” said the average home price in Australia is $200,000.
It’s a much higher price than the average price of homes in the U.S., but it’s still cheaper than many other developed countries.
“We are in the middle of the best times in Australia’s history, and it is a great time to be in Australia, which is a good thing,” Hardaway said during a Tuesday interview with ABC News.
Hardaway also said that it’s worth considering whether you should move to Australia, even if you have to pay a higher price for your home.
“I would consider moving to Australia,” Hardaways said.
Hardaway added that it may not be worth it to move if you don. “
But if you’re like me and you don’t have the time, and I’m trying to do this on a shoestring, it’s not that easy.”
Hardaway added that it may not be worth it to move if you don.
“There’s so much housing that’s in that area, and there are so many places where you can live and you’re not paying a lot of money,” Hardas said.
The actor also noted that many of his fellow actors don’t like to move, but he said that’s not a problem in his case.
“They love Australia, they’re not moving, they don’t want to move.
It really isn’t that big of a deal,” Harda said.
Hardaways family has been in Australia since 1982.
His dad, Tim, was born in Sydney and raised in Melbourne before moving to London and later Los Angeles.
His mom, Marisa, was a nurse, and her son is the grandson of actor Tom Cruise, who also worked on “The Hurt Locker.”