Housing inSITES: Capital city housing affordability for renters and potential first home buyers
Thursday 01 April 2021
Housing affordability refers to the ability of a household to meet its housing costs, such as servicing a mortgage or renting, without compromising other needs.
One of NHFIC’s core responsibilities is conducting research into housing affordability in Australia. The following research builds on ourState of the Nation’s Housing 2020report, expanding the Lorenz curve analysis on affordability for renters and potential first home buyers in Sydney to cover Australia’s major capital cities*. The data is at 30 June 2020.