Everybody should have access to adequate, appropriate and affordable housing. Government housing policies and programs should be based on the principle that housing assistance must be provided equitably to people in different forms of housing (home owners, private renters, public renters). 

 Read CPSA's full housing policy here

Update: No grounds evictions

It's no suprise that homeowners are happier than renters, who can be evicted at any time, for any reason. 

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Housing and homelessness

Both buying and renting houses is increasingly unaffordable for those on low incomes. Yet the 2018 Australian Budget effectively ignored these issues.

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Rental affordability snapshot 2018

Conversation about housing affordability is skewed towards homeownership, but what about renters?

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Budget 2018: Pension Loans Scheme

Before last month's Budget, the Pension Loans Scheme was something few people knew about. Then the Budget came along and suddenly every journalist in the country wanted to know about it.

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Luxury apartments masquerading as boarding houses

Most people would associate boarding houses with low-cost housing for disadvantaged people. So why are boarding houses becoming an increasingly popular choice for developers across Sydney?  

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