Tagged With Negative Gearing

How Labor’s plans to revamp negative gearing could put a floor on house prices and lower rents


It's unlikely Labor's plan to make Australia's housing market fairer will wreak havoc on the economy -- even in a worst-case scenario


Job losses, less building and more affordability issues: Industry groups say Labor's tax plans will make problems in Australia's housing market even worse



Australian banks should 'prepare accordingly' for stricter accounting standards on risky home loans


Labor 'will add further downward pressure' to house prices that are already falling at an increasing pace


PODCAST: Strategist Eamonn Fitzpatrick on Labor's momentum and getting the basics right for the electorate



Economists think they've found a more politically acceptable way to change negative gearing


Changing negative gearing could be bigger than Treasury thinks, because people don't always behave as economists expect


Scott Morrison's crackdown on tax deductions for property investors has been revealed


Australia's 226 federal politicians own a staggering 524 properties


Australia's poorest have taken to negative gearing


Encouraging older home owners to move could help housing affordability



There are signs increased speculation is contributing to Australia's latest house price surge


Australian house prices are surging again


The Labor MP who 'forgot' to declare a $2.3m house just gave a disastrous interview on his party's election promises


Labor MP David Feeney has a 4th house, owned by his wife



Property investment lending is picking up again in Australia


Here's proof negative gearing will be one of the hottest topics in this election campaign


Malcolm Turnbull had a 'get a good job' moment on housing affordability


Why changing negative gearing won't knock house prices and can deliver a $5.3 billion budget boost