The Edges of Home Ownership
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The project aims to describe the circumstances and identify the characteristics of the neglected group of households that churn in and out of ownership; to identify the characteristics and events that drive household decisions at the edges of ownership; to document the contribution of the edges of ownership to the resilience of Australian housing markets.
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