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An increased reliance on market forces has led to a reassessment of the role of the private rental market in a number of countries.
Between 2001 and 2006, Australia’s private rental sector grew by 11 per cent bringing the total number of private renter dwellings to 1.47 million.
There is evidence of a shortage of low-rent housing stock in Australia.
The possible existence of investor clientele groups has received little attention in the real estate finance literature. In this paper we develop a clientele model, which in equilibrium produces a clustering of investors by tax characteristics.
This paper examines factors influencing Australian landlords’ decisions to retain their rental investments.
The tax treatment of housing can have important implications for the relative attractiveness of investment in housing.
This report outlines barriers experienced by vulnerable people in finding affordable accommodation. The authors make recommendations that could make it easier for people to find lower-end rental accommodation within Victoria.
This paper examines the complex web of issues surrounding Canberra’s housing in the late 1950s.
The inquiry into whether persons from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and Aboriginal people are being discriminated against on the basis of their race either directly or indirectly in the private housing rental market.