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The Singapore-inspired idea for using super for housing that could cut costs 50%

  • Written by Cameron Murray, Research Fellow - Henry Halloran Trust, University of Sydney
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During the past four decades in which home ownership among Australians aged 25-34 has sunk from around 60% to 45%, home ownership among the same age group in Singapore has climbed from around 60% to 88%.

There’s a good chance that’s because Singapore is doing something right.

What Singapore has that Australia does not is a...

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