Housing Australia - research report

Housing Australia - research report

SA
Sep 4
The intergenerational consequences of high housing costs and falling ownership will be examined in CEDA's next research report titled Housing Australia. Join CEDA members and guests, with a range of thought leaders and decision makers in the Australian housing debate.

Speakers

Kym Goodes, Chief Executive Officer, TasCOSS
Prof. Christian Leishman, Director, Centre for Housing, Urban and Regional Planning, the University of Adelaide
Dr Nigel Stapledon, Real Estate Research Fellow, Centre for Applied Economic Research, UNSW

Event overview

Whilst Adelaide does not have the housing affordability crisis of Melbourne and Sydney, house prices are continuing to rise, making it harder for younger people to enter the housing market. In addition, the poorest in society are finding it increasingly difficult to enter the housing market.

Join CEDA members and guests, and a range of thought leaders in the housing debate to discuss the following issues:

  • Housing trends in Australia
  • The experience of Australia's housing sector compared with other countries in the OECD
  • The supply of housing: from land availability to changes in the composition of housing stock

All attendees will receive a copy of CEDA’s report, Housing Australia.

Meet the speakers

Kym Goodes
Chief Executive Officer, TasCOSS

Prof. Christian Leishman
Director, Centre for Housing, Urban and Regional Planning, the University of Adelaide

Dr Nigel Stapledon
Real Estate Research Fellow, Centre for Applied Economic Research, UNSW

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