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What sort of housing do older Australians want and where do...

Australia faces a massive challenge delivering suitable housing for an ageing population. The nation is expected to have nearly 50% more people older than...

Apartment life for families means living at close quarters, but often...

Newer high-rise developments in Australia’s inner-city areas are increasingly home to parents raising young children. In the 2016 Census, family households represented nearly half...

Rent.com.au Rental Market Snapshot: June 2019

Rent.com.au has released its report for June 2019 based on property leasing data. The report illustrates the shift in Australian median rental property prices...

Build to rent could shake up real estate but won’t take...

In the wake of slumping demand for apartment building, it’s little wonder the multi-unit housing industry has been eagerly eyeing a possible new residential...

What it’s like to be a pensioner renting privately as housing...

A growing number of older Australians don’t own their homes. And whether they are private renters or live in social housing can make a...

Rent.com.au Rental Market Snapshot: May 2019

Rent.com.au has released its report for May 2019 based on property leasing data. The report illustrates the shift in Australian median rental property prices...

New laws in WA to help victims of family violence end...

New laws in Western Australia will make it easier for people escaping family violence to “break” their leases. Via The Conversation, by Eileen Webb (Professor, School of...

Opinion: On Housing, There’s Clear Blue Water Between the Main Parties

Labor’s bold stance on housing tax reform and investment makes this one of the likely policy flashpoints in the coming election campaign. Via The Conversation - By...

Housing with Buyer Protection and No Serious Faults – Is That...

Regulation of the Australian building industry is broken, according to the Shergold-Weir report to the Building Ministers’ Forum (BMF). we have concluded that ...

Housing Policy Reset is Overdue, and Not Only in Australia

Federal and state elections in coming weeks provide a timely moment for Australians to reflect on the increasingly obvious failure of governments to manage...