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Do we have too many eggs in the housing basket?

October 2003 - Do we have too many eggs in the housing basket?Has the "housing bubble" caused an "affordability crisis"? What can be done about it and what effects will any action have on the rest of the economy? Are we too concerned with property at the expense of more productive investment?

Is the property boom just a trendy bandwagon or is it a gravy train?
by Martin Edwards - 12/11/2003
The Housing Bust: not a question of 'if' but 'when?' and 'how bad?'
by James Cumes - 27/10/2003
Housing affordability needs a vision that goes beyond the next election
by Russ Grayson - 20/10/2003 - 1 comment
Australia's affordable housing crisis: the price of poor public policy
by Peter Verwer - 20/10/2003 - 1 comment
Solving Sydney's public housing crisis is about getting the best out of people
by John Carrigan - 13/10/2003
Six steps for Australian governments to improve housing affordability
by Kareena Ballard - 6/10/2003 - 1 comment
Bubble, bubble. However it ends will spell trouble for someone
by John Quiggin - 6/10/2003
The housing market needs a long-term plan and a review of negative gearing
by Andrew Murray - 6/10/2003
Social capital is more than economic efficiency and divisive leadership
by Cheryl Kernot - 10/09/2003

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