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Report 26th May 2022

Alternative housing models for precariously housed older Australians

Selina Tually, Veronica Coram, Debbie Faulkner, Helen Barrie, Andrea Sharam, Amity James, Braam Lowies, Kirsten Bevin, Eileen Webb, Helen Hodgson, Andreas Cebulla

This research investigates the potential of alternative housing models to increase the supply of affordable housing for older Australians and the role alternative financing schemes could play in expanding those options.

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Report 14th October 2021

Towards an Australian social housing best practice asset management framework

Andrea Sharam, Sean McNelis, Hyunbum Cho, Callum Logan, Terry Burke, Peter Rossini

This research examines social housing asset management (AM) in Australia and develops a best practice framework that outlines AM processes and criteria for making decisions; reflects the unique aspects of social housing; is flexible enough to be used by different types of social housing providers; provides metrics to drive organisational excellence; and provides the basis for national regulation and policymaking.

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Report 16th May 2018

Inquiry into social impact investment for housing and homelessness outcomes

Kristy Muir, Fabienne Michaux, Andrea Sharam, Paul Flatau, Ariella Meltzer, Michael Moran, Richard Heaney, Gill North, Suzanne Findlay, Eileen Webb, Chris Mason, Wendy Stone, Libby Ward-Christie, Kaylene Zaretzky, Ioana Ramia

This is the final report for the AHURI Inquiry into social impact investment for housing and homelessness outcomes. Social impact investment (SII) is investment intending to generate social and financial returns, while actively measuring both. It is a growing mechanism for using capital from investors to finance solutions to complex social problems.

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