Housing Affordability, Occupation and Location in Australian Cities and Regions

Housing Affordability, Occupation and Location in Australian Cities and Regions Report

AHURI Positioning Paper

  • Author(s): Yates, J., Randolph, B., Holloway, D., Murray, D.
  • Published: 2005
  • Publisher: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute

Abstract: Recently has there been a revival of interest among policymakers in Australia in exploring the impact of escalating house prices on low to medium paid workers. This marks a distinctive change in the focus of the contemporary housing policy debate. In the recent past, concern over the provision of affordable housing has primarily focused on developing rental options for those on the lowest incomes. As a result, Australian housing assistance policy today is almost solely targeted on supporting rental housing.

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Yates, J., Randolph, B., Holloway, D., Murray, D., 2005, Housing Affordability, Occupation and Location in Australian Cities and Regions, Report, viewed 19 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=4441.

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