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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.
The extent to which physical planning and design supports the social and civic life of neighborhoods and communities is an area of longstanding debate within the planning literature. New Urbanism and smart growth suggest that the planning and design of a public realm can have...
This Positioning Paper introduces a project undertaken by a team of AHURI based researchers to review Private Rental Support Programs (PRSP) in each Australian State and Territory and judge their effectiveness in assisting tenants on low-incomes.
In the final report of a project which surveyed households entering social housing and rent-assisted private renters, Terry Burke, Caroline Neske and Liss Ralston discuss client aspirations and needs in relation to the two major forms of housing assistance provided by government in Australia.
Commonwealth rent assistance (CRA) is a non-taxable income supplement paid through Centrelink to individuals and families who rent in the private rental market.
This bulletin addresses the characteristics of recipients; the accommodation used by recipients; the Centrelink client groups receiving CRA; comparison of recipients...
Households provide their members with both financial support and caring services. In sole parent households, the vast majority of which are headed by women, the functions of earning money and caring for children fall to one individual. The risk that sole mothers may fail to...
Based on trends obtained from census data to 2001, a fall in rates of home ownership has been observed among Australians aged less than 35 years. Debate has arisen as to whether this fall is due to changing affordability (with the implication that, in the...
In this interdisciplinary study, Andrew Jones, Martin Bell, Cheryl Tilse and George Earl scope the policy issues, clarify policy choices and develop a programme of research in the provision of good quality, affordable rental housing for older Australians who are not home owners.
The 2002-03 home purchase assistance collection was the fourth and final collection to occur under the 1999 CSHA. The 1999 CSHA aims to facilitate access to affordable, appropriate and secure housing for people on low incomes and people with special needs. Under this CSHA a...
The 2002-03 Private Rent Assistance collection is the fourth and final data collection to occur under the 1999 Commonwealth-State Housing Agreement (CSHA). The 1999 CSHA aims to facilitate access to affordable, appropriate and secure housing for people on low incomes and people with special needs....