This research reviews the evidence-base about factors impacting and shaping rental investment; reviews the state of residential tenancies laws across Australia; and presents options for a renewed reform agenda.
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This research examines the growth of home ownership and its tenure dominance in Australia post World War II. It builds a statistical analysis of Australian ownership trends, most notably for younger households (ages 25–34 and 35–44), over the last four decades and presents a comparative analysis of ownership trends for equivalent countries.
This research considers the efficacy of introducing individualised and/or choice-based models of housing assistance into Australian housing assistance settings.
Accessing and sustaining private rental tenancies: critical life events, housing shocks and insurances
This report presents findings from an AHURI study on sustaining private rental tenancies.
This report shows that Australian households have adapted to poorer housing affordability by borrowing more, deferring home purchase, switching into cheaper accommodation (such as apartments and townhouses) and moving to more affordable locations.
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