Rental housing

Research report
27 April 2017

Anglicare Australia has called on the federal government to take urgent action on rental affordability in the upcoming budget, releasing the 2017 Rental Affordability Snapshot.

Report
27 April 2017

Housing affordability for the most disadvantaged Australians won't be fixed by a government-backed bank, or 'bond aggregator', according to new research by the Centre for Independent Studies.

Research report
28 March 2017

This study investigated what was required to create successful non-profit housing providers through public housing transfers in the UK and the roles that policies played in the process. The review...

Video interview
23 March 2017

ABC TV interviewed Carrie Hamilton, from the Housing Action Network in Sydney, about bond aggregation.

Journal article
21 March 2017

This paper contributes an additional perspective to debates about the interplay between changing housing market dynamics, lifestyles and housing choices/constraints.

Research report
28 February 2017

The purpose of this research was to estimate the impact on the New Zealand government's fiscal costs and revenues of transitioning households along the housing continuum; from social renting...

Report
15 February 2017

This report makes the case that rental rights in Australia lag far behind those in many other developed countries, where renters often enjoy secure long-term arrangements with strict limits on...

Article
15 February 2017

According to a new national study, co-authored by CHOICE, thousands of tenants are being discriminated against and live in a climate of fear, writes Andy Kollmorgen.

Case study
15 February 2017

This case study explores HomeGround Real Estate, an innovative model of delivering affordable housing pioneered by HomeGround Services (now Launch Housing) in Victoria.

Report
22 December 2016

This report is one of the first of its type in Australia that seeks to chart the nature of housing change, and specific forms of housing disadvantage, experienced by children within mainstream...