During the last six weeks of fruitless looking, Ms Smith has made greater than 40 rental purposes searching for a brand new residence for her household – to no avail.
“It’s taken a huge toll,” she stated.
“There has been nights I’ve been in tears. I’ve been feeling like I’ve been letting my kids down.”
“I can’t provide them a safe home.”
Property Council New South Wales claims the state urgently wants at the least 100,000 new properties, indicating that 40 per cent of individuals they surveyed take into account housing provide and affordability to be a serious concern.
Determined for assist to maintain her kids Rachel and Ryan, in addition to their assist canine Luna in appropriate, secure lodging, Ms Smith is looking on the federal government to behave.
“This needs to change,” she stated.
“There’s so many people in my situation who haven’t had the opportunity to speak out.”
Her daughter Rachel additionally expressed concern.
“It’s not fair the way mum’s being treated just because she has one income and works for herself,” stated Rachel.
Because the Smith’s house is ready to be bought by it is proprietor, Ms Smith has been wanting into each choice out there to maintain her household from homelessness.
“I’m looking into caravan parks, temporary housing, putting all my stuff into storage,” she stated.
“I have no family local.”
Ms Smith says she merely could not afford to go away the Central Coast.
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Adam Crouch, says 25 new social housing properties are being delivered throughout the area as a part of an $11.4 million partnership with Pacific Hyperlink Housing.