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In the Media 12th March 2023

Melbourne’s most undersupplied housing markets revealed as Victoria to fall way short of demand

Herald Sun

This article in the Herald Sun reveals that Victoria needs to build about 15,000 more homes than it typically does in a year to balance population growth and affordability — but alarmingly, numbers are set to fall. The article also explores why housing affordability is set to worsen amid a perfect storm of pressures and new stock is unable to keep up with Melbourne’s swelling population.

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In the Media 11th March 2023

Inside young Aussie renter hell, and why it’s only going to get worse

A combination of rising interest rates, increasing mortgage repayments for owners and an undersupply of housing leading to exorbitant rental prices across Australia. This article in claims that it is younger generations – with a lack of disposables of income and a shaky footing in the job market – that appear to be disproportionately impacted.

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In the Media 8th March 2023

This summer it reached 39 degrees inside Charles's rental home

ABC News

This summer, tenants across Australia have recorded temperatures as high as 40+ degrees celsius inside their private rental and social housing properties, leading to issues with humidity and mould as well. This article in the ABC News explores why renters on low incomes were struggling to keep their homes cool, and features AHURI research and an interview with AHURI's Dr Michael Fotheringham.

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