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An 18-Month Review of the Outcomes of an Affordable Homeownership Model

An independent report prepared by the Transforming Housing Research Network, based at the University of Melbourne. This report is the third and final report commissioned by the Melbourne City Mission with the support of City of Melbourne and Resilient Melbourne. The overall research seeks to document the experience of MAP participants in terms of their housing satisfaction as a result of MAP and the impact home ownership has had on their financial outcomes.

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Evaluating the Outcome and Scalability of an Affordable Homeownership Model

An independent report prepared by the Transforming Housing Research Network, based at the University of Melbourne.  It investigates the Barnett Foundation’s financial structure of a deferred second mortgage model designed to support social housing tenants transition to home ownership.

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Evaluating the Costs and Benefits of the Melbourne Apartments Project

An independent report prepared by the Transforming Housing Research Network, based at the University of Melbourne.  This report was commissioned by the Melbourne City Mission with the support of City of Melbourne and Resilient Melbourne. It aims to evaluate the costs and benefits of the Melbourne Apartments Project (MAP), a 34-unit apartment in North Melbourne.

The report summarises current housing policy settings and identifies recurring rhetoric encouraging homeownership before presenting a summary of existing research on the costs and benefits of secure housing.

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