State of the Nation's Housing report 2022-23
State of the Nation’s Housing
03 Apr 2023
State of the Nation’s Housing Report 2022–23

Australia’s housing markets have been through an extraordinary period, impacted by COVID-19 related lockdowns, low population growth and record amounts of monetary and fiscal stimulus.

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Housing in the economy
21 Sep 2020
COVID-19: Australia's population and housing demand

This research report by NHFIC - COVID-19: Australia's population and housing demand – found that the global pandemic could cut underlying dwelling demand in Australia by between 129,000 and 232,000 from 2020 to 2023, mainly due to the downturn in net overseas migration (NOM). International border closures have effectively shut down NOM, which has accounted for 59 per cent of population growth since 2007.

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First home buyers
31 Aug 2020
FHLDS Trends & Insights 2019-20

1 JAN 2020 TO 30 JUN 2020

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24 Jul 2020
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Housing in the economy
13 Jul 2020
Building jobs: How residential constructions drives the economy

This first research report by NHFIC - Building jobs: How residential construction drives the economy – looks at the important role the residential construction industry plays in generating jobs and growth across the Australian economy.

The residential building construction industry generates more activity across Australia than nearly every other industry, with each $1 million of economic output supporting nine jobs across the economy.