Central Coast Council area
Recent arrivals - Housing tenure
In the Central Coast Council area 49.6% of recent arrivals were in households who were purchasing or fully owned their home, 49.8% were renting privately, and 0.0% were in social housing in 2011.
The Central Coast Council area's Housing Tenure data provides insights into its socio-economic status as well as the role it plays in the housing market. For recent arrivals, housing tenure shows how migrants are accommodated in the area. In areas receiving many refugees, public housing may be an important housing type. For skilled arrivals in the country on a temporary basis, the private rental market is the main provider. Some areas provide purpose-built student rental accommodation, while other areas may represent home ownership and mortgage opportunities for arrivals looking to settle with their families on a long-term basis.
Derived from the Census questions:
'Is this dwelling (owned outright, owned with a mortgage etc.)', and 'If this dwelling is being rented, who is it rented from?'
People born overseas and arriving in Australia between 2006 and 9 Aug 2011, counted in private dwellings
|Central Coast Council area - Recent arrivals||2011|
|Tenure type||Number||%||Greater Sydney|
|Renting - Social housing||0||0.0||1.5||22004|
|Renting - Private||2,201||49.8||67.0||22005|
|Renting - Not stated||0||0.0||0.7||22006|
|Other tenure type||0||0.0||0.4||22007|
|Total people counted in private dwellings||4,420||100.0||100.0|
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census of Population and Housing (opens a new window) 2011 (Enumerated data). Compiled and presented in profile.id by .id (opens a new window) , the population experts.
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Analysis of the housing tenure of recent arrivals in the Central Coast Council area in 2011 compared to Greater Sydney shows that there was a larger proportion of recent arrivals in households who owned their dwelling; a larger proportion purchasing their dwelling; and a smaller proportion who were renters.
Overall, 10.7% of recent arrivals were in households who owned their dwelling; 38.9% were purchasing, and 49.8% were renting, compared with 5.9%, 22.5% and 69.1% respectively for Greater Sydney.