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Author Yates, Judith (ed.)

Title Australia's housing choices / edited by Judith Yates and Maryann Wulff
Published Brisbane : University of Queensland Press for the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, 1999


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Description iv, 113 pages : maps, ; 30 cm
Summary "The chapters in this book represent the product of the first 18 month's work on a three-year ARC SPIRT research project, 'Australia's Housing Choices: Changing Opportunities and Constraints'. This ambitious study, which commenced in 1998 and is due to be completed at the end of the year 2000, is being collaboratively with the Commonwealth Department of Family and Community Services and the Real Estate Institute of Australia. The aim is to explore key issues relating to the nature of housing choices and constraints for Australian households. The research program is essentially concerned with understanding the way in which contemporary economic and social trends may affect urban and regional housing markets and ultimately alter the distribution of housing resource across different demographic and socioeconomic groups." -- Intro
Analysis Economic models
Federal issue
Owner occupied housing
Rental property
Social change
State issue
Notes Collaborating partners include: Australian Research Council and Strategic Partnerships with Industry - Research & Training (SPIRT) project "Australia's housing choices : changing opportunities and constraints". -- p. iv
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Home ownership -- Australia.
Housing -- Australia.
Rental housing -- Economic aspects -- Australia.
Author Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute.
Wulff, Maryann
Yates, Judith.
ISBN 187599730X
Other Titles 1. Some issues in home ownership -- 2. Decomposing australia's home ownership trends, 1975-1994 -- 3. Home ownership: off course? -- 4. Private rental investors' costs: why who you are matters -- 6. Fast forward to the future? A vision of home ownership and housing wealth in the next century -- 7. The spatial impacts of commonwealth rent assistance on Australia's low-income households