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A new report shows Australia's affordable housing crisis is increasingly affecting people who are already on the margins. A new real estate study by Urbis property consultants has found people with a disability are disadvantaged socially and economically, and that has an impact on their housing options. But people with a disability are increasing living in geographical clusters away from cities and opportunities. It'... Source: abc.net.au

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