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Too many of their voters are getting rich as a result of the property boom.
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Quick fixes and reactive responses won't solve the problem.
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Low socioeconomic households will be pushed to outer or regional areas.
Removing the prospect of home ownership from millions of Australians not only creates a mass-scale indignity, but also leads to economic demotivation.
We need a housing affordability target.
One quarter of young people relying on an inheritance to buy property.
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If the tents are moved out of sight, the bigger problems will move out of mind.
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Without government legislation for affordable housing targets our cities will become playgrounds for the rich.
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Debt has doubled since 2002, and young people are living with parents longer than before.
Police, fire, ambulance, young people could save 30 percent under new plan.
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114,000 people aged 25 to 34 still live at home with their parents in Sydney.
Governments are robbing young Australians of a secure and independent financial future.
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It's not about breakfast choices or simply finding a better job.
Ironically Washington, rather than Canberra, may provide the answer to your housing affordability dreams.