People with disabilities booted from rental homes at higher rates: report

New research from leading consumer and tenancy groups has found that 16% of people with disabilities who rent have been served a no-grounds eviction compared to 9% of other Australians.

The research also finds that people with disabilities are 2.5 times more likely to have issues with inspections than the general renting population.

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Topics:
Housing, Accommodation, Tenancy

Author:
CHOICE, National Shelter and the National Association of Tenant Organisations(NATO)

Date published:
Wed 5th Dec, 2018