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This essay addresses the impacts of electronic tenancy databases upon social relations in the field of private rental tenancy in Australia.
Housing need in Australia has typically been measured using a normative measure of the percentage of income spent on housing costs.
Mainly stimulated by concerns over inadequate housing supply, both the UK and Australia have recently seen renewed policy-maker interest in channelling ‘institutional investment’ into rental housebuilding.
DFA has just released the latest analysis of survey results which shows that nationally 35% of all First Time Buyers are going direct to the Investment sector.
For older Australians being dependent on the private rental market is usually associated with serious financial hardship and insecurity.
In this study, based mainly on 17 in-depth interviews, I explore the financial implications of being an older private renter in Sydney.