They’re behind many of the ambitious new building projects in the city, and the taxes they’re paying are enriching the Andrews government
Due to rising dwelling values, there’s been a significant reduction in housing supply under this price bracket, according to CoreLogic
The practice allows people to build equity while living where they want instead of living in mortgaged houses in areas they’re not keen on
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Long controversial, but loved by many a property investor, the tax incentive known as negative gearing could be reaching the end of its lifespan (in its current form).
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