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'A research paper released in September by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute delved into trends in home ownership over a decade between 1996 and 2006, using census data. Overall, the rate of home ownership rose slightly by 0.8 percentage points to 70.3 per cent. This was mostly attributable to the ageing of the population, with baby boomers more likely to own property.'
'Despite government intentions and policies, it is developers who guide Melbourne's growth.'
'The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute looked at the living situations of thousands of over 50s to determine what leads people into housing assistance'.
'The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute's Terry Burke said with home ownership set to drop by 10 per cent in the next 20 years, rights for renters needed urgent attention.'
'It's a similar story in Australia. The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute has found "social trends, such as the move towards smaller households, and an ageing population will continue to drive demand for new housing and will contribute to keeping demand high"'.
'Professor Terry Burke of the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute found although buying a home remained cheaper than renting in the medium term, home buyers needed greater awareness of the risks and real costs of home ownership.'
'The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute’s latest report says more than 200,000 people of all ages are on the waiting list for state and non-profit housing.'
'A Victorian seniors’ lobby group is calling on the state’s politicians to commit to more appropriate seniors housing for older people in the lead up to this month's election.'
'Chronic loneliness has also surged in recent years and men are more at risk, a new study funded by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute has found.'
'An Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute report this month said 80 per cent of investors buy for long-term gain, but at least half sell within five years because of cashflow problems or disappointing capital growth. One in four investors sells within 12 months.'