The levy would deter speculative holding and bring under-utilised properties to the market
The lowest-priced houses in greater Sydney are more expensive compared with other assets – including office space in the CBD
This is severely reducing the already limited supply of properties for tenants looking for long-term homes
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The 2017-18 federal budget has yet to be passed, and some compromises on budget details are inevitable
Respondents also assume that large portions of available property are being acquired by foreign investors, mostly the Chinese, according to a new study
Far from making the rental market more equitable for renters, a slew of new rent-bidding apps could drive up prices, argues an academic
The surge in solar panel installations is being driven by the rising cost of power and the falling cost of renewable energy technology
Chief executives from two banks say the government’s new levy would disrupt the risky derivatives market and other markets
The new budget aims to develop critical infrastructure while working with the states to reform planning systems in order to speed up housing development
The association welcomed the government’s decision to continue the ‘sensible’ approach to negative gearing and retain capital-gains tax discounts
With rental yields for houses declining in Sydney and Melbourne, should property investors cast their eyes on other property markets instead?
Many Sydneysiders realise their money will go much further in the Victorian capital in terms of affordability, capital growth, and rental returns
Foreign investors will be fined for keeping their properties vacant, and investors can no longer claim travel expenses as part of their investment expenditure
Despite the demand for new housing to accommodate a growing population, the time taken to approve new homes keeps stretching
The new ruling abandoning negative gearing deductions for travel expenses has some local real estate agents worried
Investors will lose $800m worth of tax benefits after changes were announced to negative gearing and depreciation in the Federal Budget last night.
The biggest blow will be the change to foreign buyers’ capital gains made on property and their strategy of holding properties without occupying them
The federal government said its plans would provide more vehicles for superannuation funds to invest in affordable housing
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