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'Housing and urban research expert Dr Ian Winter says Australia’s housing economics exacerbates income and wealth inequalities.'
'One of the largest studies looking at intergenerational homelessness is being undertaken by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute.
The project leader, Dr Paul Flatau, talks about what they've learned about pathways to homelessness.'
'The director of the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute's Western Australia Research Centre, Paul Flatau, is the project leader for one of the largest studies of homelessness.'
'Research conducted last year by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) last year describes the growing role of accommodation options that combine housing and care to support ageing Australians.'
'The housing preferences of the elderly was the theme of a recent 120 000-word report—after a three-year study—by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute ... '
It's meant to be the great Australian dream. A three or four bedroom house on a quarter acre block with plenty of room to move. But as families get smaller and the population gets older, the number of Australians living in houses with spare bedrooms is on the rise. A recent study by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute found that 82 per cent of houses occupied by people over the age of 55 had at least one spare bedroom.
'The Tenants Union refers to data by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute that shows a very weak link between rental investment and tenancy law reform.'
'A recent study headed by Professor Judd for the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute found most older people live, as singles or couples, in owner-occupied detached houses with three or more bedrooms.'
'Senior Research Associate Dr Anitra Nelson, Professor Mike Berry and Professor Tony Dalton all work in the AHURI–RMIT Research Centre in Melbourne investigating a range of housing and urban planning issues.
The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) funded their research into mortgage default in Australia (2008–2009).'
'The Brotherhood has presented the review with a report it commissioned in which the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute found that exempting the family home from capital gains tax costs $30 billion a year.'