Financing Australian Housing: The Issues
Australian Government Pub. Service, 1991 - Housing - 85 pages
Concentrates on examining housing finance mechanisms which have the potential to reduce the cost of housing provision.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Financing home ownership
Financing rental housing
Current forms of assistance
3 other sections not shown
access to housing arise arrangements assets Australia borrowing capacity capital gains tax capital growth cent constraints faced constraints on access cost of funds debt demand depreciation allowances deregulation dividend imputation efficiency ensure equity bonds equity schemes fixed-rate funds raised guarantee home ownership home purchase house prices housing assistance housing cost burdens housing finance housing provision impact income scale indexed inflation innovations interest rate risk intervention investment in rental Issues Paper landlords lender lending institutions low-income households low-start loans lower income households mortgage instruments mortgage-backed securities National Housing Strategy negative gearing obtained owner-occupied housing potential private sector public housing raising funds rate loans real rate reduce rent rental housing rental investors rental property trust rental returns renters repayments risk associated savings secondary mortgage market sector instruments securitisation social housing South Wales supply subsidies targeted tax expenditures tax incentives tax system taxation variable rate