The Grattan Institute has condemned the National Rental Affordability Scheme as a $1 billion windfall to developers.
Labor's rental affordability scheme had its problems, but let's not throw the baby out with the bathwater.
Labor’s so-called Rental Affordability Scheme did little to make those who most needed it, but it helped landlords.
The government is being pressed to bring back a particularly ineffective and wasteful scheme.
‘Build to rent’ means developers build housing with the intent of retaining the building and renting it out to lower-income families.
A modest rebalancing of federal tax policy toward build-to-rent housing could fill affordable housing funding gaps. Australian funds are already investing in such a scheme in the US.
The National Rental Affordability Scheme is working as designed, but has failed to meet targets.
The National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) looks set for a major shakeup by the government, following suggestions it has been hijacked by universities to develop subsidised studio apartments for wealthy…