This research investigates lower income older households’ preferences for a range of alternative housing models and examines which of these would best meet their needs, as well as identifying ways to support households deciding their housing options. The findings of this project provide key evidence for consideration in developing a market for alternative housing options.
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This research examines the relationship between housing precariousness and wellbeing and considers policy interventions to effectively minimise negative impacts of precarious housing on wellbeing.
Population growth and mobility in Australia: implications for housing and urban development policies
This research tracks Australia’s population growth over the period 2006–16 to examine how actual growth differed from projected growth.
This research examines possible cost-effective reforms of Commonwealth Rent Assistance (CRA) that could improve housing outcomes for low-income renters. CRA is payable to households who qualify for specified social security payments and are renting from private landlords, community housing providers or Indigenous housing organisations, and are paying more than a minimum rent threshold.
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