Despite years of political rhetoric about curtailing immigration and population growth, both parties are studiously avoiding anything that would do that.
While the Labor party have indicated that if they come into power they intend to introduce a number of taxes that will directly affect our property market, the …
The proportion of Australians losing money on rental homes is falling but new figures reveal a growing number of people with at least three properties being pro…
The Australian Labor Party will introduce its negative gearing and capital gains tax reforms by 1 January next year should the party win the upcoming election.
Bill Shorten outlines subsidies offering $8,500 to investors building new homes, in return for cheaper rent for eligible tenants.
Labor's proposed negative gearing and capital gains tax reforms will only have a small effect on individual investments and residential property will remain att…
The cooling housing market is shaping as a key battleground entering the federal election race.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has warned a popular idea to fix the housing market could actually cause a catastrophic crash.