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Thursday October 18, 2018

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Aug 2 2018
Surprise Jump in June Building Approvals

Approvals for the construction of new homes jumped 6.4 per cent in June, well above the one per cent improvement economists had expected, the Australian Bureau...

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Jul 31 2018
Sydenham To Bankstown Planning Backdown Bad For Future Housing Supply

The backdown by the NSW Government on it’s Planned Precincts along the Sydenham to Bankstown corridor is yet another pre-election move that will put new housing...

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Jun 20 2018
US Housing Starts Jump 5 per Cent in May

A surge of construction drove US housing starts up five per cent in May from the prior month - the strongest pace since July 2007.

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Jun 15 2018
Melbourne Dominates Australia’s Housing Hotspots List

According to the HIA Population & Residential Building Hotspots Report 2018, the Mickleham-Yuroke area of Melbourne is Australia’s number one Hotspot, with population growth of 35.3...

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Jun 8 2018
Convicted Tradie Targets NSW Home Owners

NSW consumers are being warned not to deal with a dodgy tradie who may be "up to his old tricks", says the state's Minister for...

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Mar 9 2018
NSW Housing Approvals Falling

The Australian Bureau of Statistics latest data on Housing Approvals indicates that NSW approvals are dropping compared to Victoria.

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Mar 9 2018
Jump in Apartment Construction Keeps Prices High

Approvals for the construction of new homes jumped in January on the back of a strong recovery in high-rise construction that economists expect will keep pressure...

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Mar 9 2018
Houses, Apartments Lift February Construction

Home building, including that of city apartments, led an expansion in construction activity in February.

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Mar 7 2018
Builders Fear Super-union's Economic Power

Builders warn a new super-union featuring the CFMEU and dock workers will have the power to hold Australia's supply chains to ransom.

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