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'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.'
'Ms Bresnan will table a motion in the Legislative Assembly calling on the Government to clarify the definition and comply with the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute and National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling standards for affordable housing.'
'Downsizing can be hard to do. Even for people excited about the prospect of moving to a smaller, easier-to-manage property closer to the action, the transition can be an emotional roller-coaster.'
'Australia's housing affordability crisis, if left unchecked, will have catastrophic consequences for the nation economically, socially and environmentally, an expert says.'
'It's the year 2050 and 40 million ageing Australians are battling for survival in hideously congested cities, their heavily polluted streets lined with unaffordable homes.'
'The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) earlier, projected a demand of approximately 128,000 housing units a year for the 2002 to 2011 period. The AHURI forecast also presented a high probability of an increase in the demand for public housing due to a rising aging population and single-parent families.'
'Many older Australians are living in large homes that would be considered under-utilised by international standards but almost none want to downsize, UNSW researchers have found.'
'This was confirmed earlier this year in a study released by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, which found 91 per cent of people would ...'