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Affordable and available housing: the role of the private rental sector

30 Jun 1984
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ABS Survey; Adelaide; private renting; AIUS; areas; assistance; Australian housing; bond money; Brisbane; Canberra; capital gains; census; cities; Commonwealth; costs; demand; disadvantaged; residual; Discrimination; dwellings; eviction; fixed-term; tenancy; flats and units; government policies; home ownership; housing authorities; housing market; housing policies; housing system; income in rent; interest rates; investment; investors; Kendig; landlord and tenant; lease legislation; letting rate; low-income; Melbourne; mortgage; Northern Territory; occupancy; overall; owner-occupiers; owners; Perthpoor; households; premises; private; rental; housing; private; rental; market; private rental sector; private tenants problems; proportion; public housing; public tenants; purchase; Queensland; real estate agents; rebates; REIA; rent control; rent increases; rent levels; rental; subsidies; renters; reports; Residential; Tenancies; Tribunal; schemes; South Australia; New South Wales; strata-titling; supply; Sydney; Tasmania; taxation; tenancy; agreement; tenure; term; termination; vacancy rates; Victoria; Western Australia

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Publication Details
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ISBN: 
0864190247
Pagination: 
93
Language: 
English
Published year only: 
1984
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