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The data is mixed but worrying signs from mortgagees

If UBS is right, Australia has a similar time-bomb ticking away.

03.09.2017

How governments have widened the gap between generations in home ownership

There is undoubtedly a growing intergenerational divide in access to the housing market.

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05.06.2017

Have we finally reached 'peak' house prices?

The deeper worry is that the Australian banks have been lending (both on interest-only and amortising loans) far too much as a proportion of people?s incomes.

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18.04.2017

Regulators fiddle while house prices sizzle

Year-on-year, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Hobart had double-digit percentage gains. Melbourne was up 15.9% and Sydney a staggering 18.9%.

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30.01.2017

A housing affordability crisis in regional Australia? Yes, and here's why

The housing affordability crisis in regional Australia is not news to long-term observers of Australia's housing markets.

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08.08.2016

Only the banks know how low rates can go

The big, but completely unsurprising, news this week was the Reserve Bank of Australia cutting the cash rate to an historic low 1.50%.

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07.03.2016

What is a garden city, and why is money being spent on building them?

The UK government is investing more than £300m in building the first ?proper? garden city in nearly a century, near Kent.

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29.02.2016

Confessions of a frustrated financial planner

It's hard to passively standby while people you care about do what I think are often ?dumb? things with and around money.

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28.02.2016

Will house prices 'collapse' if negative gearing is changed?

There is much confusion about the effects of Labor?s tax proposals with respect to investors in rental housing.

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22.02.2016

What proposed changes to negative gearing really mean

Negative gearing is set for its biggest change in decades.

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16.11.2015

A land value tax could fix Australasia's housing crisis

When land prices soar, residential real estate becomes a more attractive investment opportunity than productive businesses.

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