Home ownership

Conference paper

18 Jun 2018
18

Housing is fundamentally important to family wellbeing. Secure, affordable housing assists family members to care for one another through life events and transitions, promotes healthy child development and enables engagement in social and economic spheres beyond and within the home. Yet, while an emerging body...

Report

30 Nov 2017
240

Reforming property taxes can help deliver a more sustainable housing system with economic and social dividends. This research proposes a nationally coordinated incremental strategy with short, medium and long-term objectives.

Guide

10 Nov 2017
67

Here are ten, easy-to-follow principles of good design to use when buying or renting your next house or apartment.

Report

23 Jun 2017
147

Kiwis are increasingly concerned about inequality – paradoxically, inequality has barely changed in 20 years.

Report

AHURI Final Report 280
15 May 2017
132

This study investigated the relationships between housing, housing markets and the labour market.

Presentation

21 Apr 2017
56

This study is a survey of residents in the newly created community of Waimahia Inlet in South Auckland, New Zealand. The overall objective of the research is to determine if quality of life has improved (or not) since moving into Waimahia. It is an area...

Report

2 Mar 2017
159

This research examined various possible links between housing related variables and employment, such as:

housing assistance (such as rent assistance or social housing) can blunt incentive to work and depress employment rates soaring real house prices have inflated housing wealth levels, especially for older...

Report

28 Feb 2017
68

The purpose of this research was to estimate the impact on the New Zealand government's fiscal costs and revenues of transitioning households along the housing continuum; from social renting towards owner-occupancy.

This report details our estimations comparing the fiscal impact to the New Zealand...

Commentary

23 Jan 2017
124

While intergenerational inequalities have become more pronounced in recent years, they also appear to have reinforced intergenerational cooperation and the revival of the family as a provider of welfare and economic security. Keynote speaker at the 10th Australasian Housing Researchers Conference 2017, Dr Richard Ronald...

Report

1 Dec 2016
92

This CRC for Low Carbon Living project investigates the role that media plays in shaping home renovation practices. This second report tells the story of the Home Renovators’ Media World. It provides a more detailed and nuanced understanding of the roles of media in home...

Literature review

30 Nov 2016
99

This literature review describes the social and economic associations of various forms of housing tenure, mainly homeownership and renting and analyses over a hundred and twenty international studies, focusing on the effects of housing tenure on health, employment, crime, welfare, wealth and education.

The...

Commentary

27 Oct 2016
28

Scott Morrison is a “once bitten, never shy” sort of guy. Having had a bad experience in the high profile debate over whether to change the GST, which ultimately came to nothing, the Treasurer this week launched into the hot topic of housing affordability....

Transcript

24 Oct 2016
75

There are three important economic goals that Australians aspire to. To have a job to support and care for your family, to be independent in your retirement and to own your own home.

As a Government we share and want to facilitate Australians being...

Report

6 Sep 2016
101

This paper argues that weak links are being made between increasing opportunities for economic development (including private home ownership) and the need for Indigenous land tenure reform.

Briefing paper

Prepared for the Henry Halloran Trust Lecture, University of Sydney, July 2016
4 Aug 2016
38

This paper examines housing affordability in the UK and Australia, providing historical context, and arguing that there is no silver bullet for housing policy.

Policy

19 May 2016
72

Working and middle class families are increasingly being priced out of the housing market. Ownership rates for young people aged 25-34 have spiralled downwards in recent years from 60% to 48%. Young people are being forced to take on levels of debt unimaginable just a...

Commentary

12 May 2016
322

Falling home ownership rates are bad for households and bad for the economy. Governments are starting to respond, but much more can be done

“A home of one’s own” – often described as the Great Australian Dream – is not a uniquely Australian...

Report

11 Jan 2016
122

Summary: The largest tax concession in Australia is the capital gains tax (CGT) exemption for the main residence. Last year it cost the budget $46 billion and is predicted to cost the budget $189 billion over the next four years. Each year the cost...

Overview

 

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