What Matters Most? – A Grattan Working Paper

by Jane-Frances Kelly


What Matters Most? reveals significant differences in housing priorities across the population. While young families are focussed on house size and type, older and single-person households are more likely to think that the qualities of where they live matter more. As the population ages and household size decreases, these differences could lead to large shifts in the housing mix of our cities.

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