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AFR: Two radical ways to fix Australia’s housing mess

Australia’s home ownership rate peaked at 73 per cent in 1966, but is about 63 per cent today. Here are ways to fix a damaging crisis that has morphed into a political, economic and social problem.

“My concern is the intergenerational economic time bomb, and future generations won’t be able to afford a home,” says Housing All Australians’ founder Robert Pradolin (MAICD).

“We’re all very complacent because we feel comfortable and rich”.

Read the full article at the Australian Financial Review here.