This research investigated the growing numbers of Australians who are carrying mortgage debt into retirement and paying off higher levels of debt relative to house values and income.
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This research examines the changing geography of homelessness. It outlines the extent to which homelessness is becoming more spatially concentrated over time; where it is rising and falling; and the importance that housing affordability, poverty and labour market opportunities play in reshaping its distribution.
The study forecasted future expenditure on housing assistance programs; the additional outlays on ISPs due to asset test concessions to home owners; and the aggregate value of home owner tax subsidies. These three housing subsidy components are estimated to increase from $25 billion in 2011 to $32.8 billion in 2031.
This research Inquiry presented evidence on how housing policies might promote labour force participation and economic growth through four channels—housing supply responsiveness, labour mobility, employment decisions and consumption.
This study investigated the key drivers of Australian housing supply responsiveness; including price, topographical constraints, climate, existing land uses and planning regulations; and considered policy development options to improve the scale and speed of new housing supply responses.
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