Every night in Australia there are enough homeless children to fill Sydney’s Allianz Stadium.
But experts say it's only one piece of the housing affordability picture.
Treasury secretary grilled over housing affordability for young people.
Rising property prices disproportionately impact women.
'The Lucky Country' for renters depends on which state/territory you live in.
It’s time the Government stopped criticising those who speak out against homelessness, and instead did something about the problem.
We live in societies being sold on the dream of owning our home. But at what price to the family? At what price to the mothers and fathers, and especially the children?
Housing affordability affects all of us; it accounts for the biggest expense in every Australian household budget, and affordability is getting worse every year. Yet we do not have a national plan to do anything about it.
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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has come under fire for suggesting young people don't need extra a istance to buy homes because their parents should "shell out" to help them. Tuesday's budget held no...
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People dreaming of owning a home in Sydney can breathe a very slight sigh of relief – the median house price has fallen to below $1 million. According to Domain Group's March House Price Report,...
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My son Luca is eight years old and in a couple of months he will be settling into a new bedroom. For the fifth time in his short life he will fall asleep in a strange new room where the shadows on the wall are unfamiliar and possibly scary at first. His pillow will smell like home but the room itself will not. Not yet.
This story invites us to consider a question that is at the heart of much of the current debate on negative gearing, and which has long dogged the conversation on government policy relating to housing affordability.
While recent research by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute found about 1.7 million Australians dropped out of home ownership between 2001 and 2010, there are still those desperate to...