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Stories from around Australia and the World.
Owning your own home has long been seen as the ‘Australian dream’, but for many people it’s become a nightmare.
When the pandemic hit in 2020, there were fears the property market would collapse. Instead, house prices have risen at their fastest pace in at least three decades.
Some are taking on eye-watering amounts of debt to just get in, while others are missing out altogether. The property price boom is creating a financial divide between those who own property, and those who never will.

Rental Housing” in Australia is less affordable than ever before. It is no exaggeration to call the situation a crisis, with vacancy rates at record lows.
But there are some relatively simple, easy-to-implement and cost-effective things that can be done to ease rental affordability pressures.
Allowing property owners to let space to a tiny-house dweller (with appropriate regulations on aesthetic appearance, safety features and environmental impacts) could be a cost-effective and rapid way to increase rental supply for some demographics.
Allowing tiny houses for a trial period of, say, two years could provide a valuable pilot project, and perhaps alleviate the concerns of some local ratepayers.
Rather than subsidising expensive renovations of existing homes – as the Morrison government did with its HomeBuilder grants scheme – federal, state and territory governments could offer incentives to divide or extend homes in well-designed and sustainably constructed ways to enable dual living.
If you’re struggling to afford a full size home, have you considered the pros and cons of purchasing and living in a tiny house?
The tiny house movement began a few years ago. However, regulations around definition, mobility and location, not to mention the minimalist lifestyle that goes with them, means they’re not for everyone.
So who stands most to benefit, and what’s it like to really live your life inside a tiny home?