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Sep 28, 2011
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How does $329m worth of travel make housing more affordable?

Figures from the ATO confirm that tax breaks for housing are out of control with investors claiming $30 billion in rental losses, including millions on travel, stationery and ‘sundry’ expenses.

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Sep 27, 2011
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Multiple generations sharing to save costs shows housing unaffordable

The high cost of housing is having repercussions for households across the housing spectrum. Reports of cash strapped households sharing to split the financial load is a worrying trend as households try to cope with high housing costs. (“Families stay put to save” Herald Sun 27/09/11).

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Sep 22, 2011
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How is housing affordability affecting your state?

On Monday, we released the analysis ‘Australia’s broken housing system’ [linked], revealing that housing costs are not only the biggest cost to household budgets, but also the fastest rising. Housing costs have increased an average of 55% over the last six years.

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Sep 20, 2011
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Campaign Launch

The Australians for Affordable Housing launch at Parliament House was a great success, starting off with ABC’s AM program and lots of radio interviews around the country and finishing with two live crosses on ABCNEWS 24 and Channel 7 by the end of the day.
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Sep 15, 2011
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Housing the biggest cost of living pressure facing Australians

Australians for Affordable Housing (AAH) was launched today at Parliament House to challenge Australian governments to address housing affordability – the single biggest cost of living issue facing Australians.

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