Australia’s housing failure
Australian cities are being hobbled by a housing market that doesn’t give people the housing they want or need. In this edited extract, the authors of City Limits: Why Australia’s cities are broken and how we can fix them analyse the results of research conducted by the Grattan Institute into people’s housing preferences given real-life constraints.
Detached housing represent more than two-thirds of all home built, yet less than half of prospective home buyers would choose it given real-life budget constraints.
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