The Property Council of Australia has welcomed the combined statement from a coalition of consumer and welfare organisations calling for stronger action by COAG energy ministers on minimum energy performance standards for new homes.
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Master Builders Australia’s Chief Economist Shane Garrett said the latest housing finance data showed that, “The three months to October 2018 were the worst for housing loans to investors in over 5 years.”
“After a string of soft results, home lending activity rose by 2.3 per cent in October 2018,” said HIA Acting Principal Economist, Geordan Murray.
The property industry is encouraging the Queensland Government to take action to close the gap on NSW, and establish the Sunshine State as the nation’s most attractive investment destination.
A clear majority of people who live in Melbourne believe that a failure to plan properly is causing problems faced by our growing cities and that population growth can be good if it is planned properly.
The WA Government will extend the loan book of the State’s highly successful Keystart scheme by $420.9 million, as part of a suite of measures to improve housing affordability for Western Australians.
Western Local Land Services is calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from landholders that want to participate in an upcoming property planning program that will assist in making their properties more sustainable.
Reforms to Stamp Duty announced by the NSW Government is an insult to those people trying to purchase a home in NSW.
The Newspoll results on the Federal Opposition’s proposed changes to negative gearing for property underscores the need for more details about their impact on the Australian economy and households.