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Housing affordability among low-to moderate-income private tenants has been declining over the past 10 years in Australia.
Australia has a significant private rental market with over a quarter of households renting their home from a private landlord.
This project is about operationalising the outcomes of a previous commercially focused AHURI project, “Policy Options for Stimulating Private Sector Investment in Affordable Housing Across Australia” which is being prepared for the Affordable Housing National Research Consortium. The project is concerned with providing a blueprint...
This paper summaries the specific characteristics of rental ownership in Australia, drawing on a recent national survey of landlords carried out by the Australian Bureau of Statistics and identifies the key factors responsible for the persistence of this pattern of ownership.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: As home ownership rates decline across all age cohorts, the suboptimal quantity, allocation, and security of housing opportunities in the rental market has received increasing policy attention. To date, fiscal strategies for attracting investment towards rental housing have had limited success, especially...
This project aims to explore how the asset poor status of older Australians helps to determine their demand for housing assistance, the coping strategies used by the asset poor as they strive to secure satisfactory housing outcomes and the importance of these outcomes to ontological...
This Positioning Paper is the first output of a project that explores the housing options and actual housing circumstances of asset-poor older Australians.
This report shows that although each state and territory rental support program has similar aims, their operation varies considerably.
Three previous AHURI reports have clearly established that housing affordability problems have intensified significantly in Australia over the past 15 years; the bottom end of the rental housing market is failing abjectly in meeting rising demand; existing housing subsidies are inadequate to deal with the...