Shared home ownership by people with disability

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Author(s): Ilan Wiesel; Jane Bullen; Karen R. Fisher; Di Winkler; Astrid Reynolds
Description: This study investigated the most appropriate and beneficial shared home ownership models for people with disability. While shared ownership brings potential benefits such as can enhancing housing choice, security of tenure and sense of ownership, it can expose people to debt risks. Capital investment by people with disability into shared ownership may also reduce the overall cost of housing assistance required by government to overcome the supply gap.
Citation: Wiesel, I., Bullen, J., Fisher, K. R., Winkler, D. and Reynolds, A. (2017) Shared home ownership by people with disability, AHURI Final Report No. 277, Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited, Melbourne, https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/277, doi:10.18408/ahuri-7104001.
DOI: doi:10.18408/ahuri-7104001
Date published: 07 Apr 2017
Publication type: Final Report 277
Project title: Accommodating NDIS: maximising housing choice in a reformed disability sector (Project number: 71040)
Project reports: Moving to my home: housing aspirations, transitions and outcomes of people with disability (Final Report)
Addressing the housing needs of participants is critical to NDIS success (Research and Policy Bulletin)
Published by: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Limited
ISSN: 1834-7223
ISBN: 978-1-925334-41-8
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