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Improving housing outcomes for young people leaving out-of-home care

The research found a distinct lack of transitional planning for young people leaving out-of-home care and that this exacerbates the fact that care leavers have few options.

“Moving On” Rental survey sheds light on the rental market

More than one third of national renters (38 per cent) reported the COVID pandemic impacted their tenancy, despite the protections put in place during COVID by the WA Government.

Moving On

This report shines a light on the experiences of private rental tenants, landlords and property managers across Australia to create a picture of how tenancies end in the private rental market and what changes are needed to make renting fairer.

AHURI More young adults staying home, for longer

Examining trends in first home purchasing One third of young adults not living independently Traditionally early adulthood, for Australians aged between 25 and 34, was the time when people formed long-term relationships and bought their first home. In 1995–96 the average age of first home buyers purchasing a new home was 33 years, whereas 22 years […]

AIHW – Specialist homelessness services annual report 2017–18

The specialist homelessness services 2017–18 web report is the seventh annual report from the Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC). It describes the characteristics of clients of specialist homelessness services, the services requested, outcomes achieved, and unmet requests for services during 2017–18 View report here