housing

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With the cost of living rising, housing interest rates going up and financial markets in turmoil, the following UNSW Sydney experts are available to comment on economic issues.

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Getting on the priority wait list is so challenging some applicants just give up.

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With interest rates rising and house prices dropping in some cities, are potential first-home buyers getting closer to making that purchase?

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With the federal election only days away, debate is raging over the major parties’ housing affordability schemes.

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In Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark, housing cooperatives help both renters and those wanting to own a secure, high-quality home. Better housing options for Australia are waiting in plain sight.

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UNSW and ACOSS partnership launches an international review of housing and homelessness policies.

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UNSW Sydney and ACOSS partnership research shows the impact of the pandemic on long-standing unaffordability, inequality and indebtedness.

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Systemic reform for housing policy in Australia is still needed despite innovative emergency responses during the pandemic.

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Regulators need to take action to prevent older Australians from borrowing against their superannuation to upgrade their housing and help rein in unsustainable property prices.

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Many older women are in desperate need of affordable housing where they can age in place securely, with dignity and as part of a community. The siheyuan model offers ways to meet these needs.

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