Australia’s housing system is “broken” from decades of failed policies, misdirected government investment and inaction, and the government will need to overhaul tax incentives and fund low-cost rental housing to fix it, industry experts have warned. A national housing plan launched on Tuesday by an alliance of housing bodies in Australia outlines the tax reforms needed to fund new affordable and social housing as well as stronger legislation to protect renters. In her address at the National Press Club, campaign director and deputy CEO of Council to Homeless Persons Kate Colvin said rebalancing the tax system was the first step to fixing Australia’s “broken” housing system. Read More Here. By, Tawar Razaghi.