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A community fix for the affordable housing crisis

September 20, 2018 0

Jeannie loves her apartment. It has a separate bedroom, a small bathroom, and an open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining area. It’s compact, but sliding doors open onto a generous balcony to create a larger living […]

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Experts warn of ‘debt bomb’ as housing downturn worsens

September 17, 2018 0

AUSTRALIA is facing a “debt crisis” — and the property market and our entire economy are at risk as a result. That’s according to the sobering 60 Minutes segment Bricks and Slaughter which aired last night, revealing the country’s […]

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Australians are paying more for less land: Here’s why

September 16, 2018 0

Buyers in greenfield developments in Australia’s capital cities are paying more money for less land with block sizes dropping dramatically in some cases over the past decade. The latest data from the Urban Development Institute of Australia has revealed […]

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No affordable homes at old public housing sites

September 15, 2018 0

None of the new units replacing public housing in Griffith and Narrabundah will be public housing despite the ACT government previously suggesting up to 10 per cent could be. The government has released plans to sell […]

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Housing tops Aussie youth priorities, study shows

September 14, 2018 0

If there is one concern Australian youths would like to prioritize, it would be housing inequality. According to a study by Youth Action, housing inequality and affordability are on top of the concerns of young […]