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The biggest beneficiaries of tax concessions on owner-occupied residences are the wealthiest in the community, according to this report.
The report finds that the tax system provides indirect assistance to owner-occupiers worth about $45 billion annually. Most of this ($30 billion) is due...
This positioning paper provides the empirical update from 2001 to 2006 on the need for, and supply of, low rent stock in the private rental market.
It addresses the following questions:
1. Within the private rental sector, what has happened to household incomes...
On average, every $100,000 increase in housing wealth results in an increase in consumption of between $1000 and $1500 per annum in Australia, according to this bulletin.
Increased housing wealth helps to relax borrowing constraints on home owners thus facilitating increased consumption.
This paper examines the potential of home ownership to protect households from poverty after retirement by examining its role in maintaining living standards and preventing poverty among older Australians.
Incomes and housing costs are compared between Australia and six other nations (Canada, UK, USA,...
This project has examined the effects of increases in housing wealth brought about by increases in house prices on general consumption spending in Australia.
The study, the first of its kind in Australia, complements a growing body of international research in this field. The...